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Vol. 80. No. 1 



355 King Avenue 



BATHURST. NEW BRUNSWICK. WEDNESDAY. Jan. 6, 1993 



Phone 546-4491 Fax 546-1491 



75* G.S.T, Inc. 



Jr. A hockey 
still possible 
for Bathurst 

Civic centre comes first: mayor 



Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette is 
still committed to attracting a Quebec 
Major Junior A Hockey League 
franchise to the city. 

But a civic centre comes flrst. 

Not wanting to put the hockey 
player before the puck. Mayor Fre- 
nette believes the civic centre issue 
requires city council's immediate 
attention. 

"It doesn't mean the (Junior A) 
project is, as far as I'm concerned, 
forgotten. We've just put it^ aside for 
now," the mayor said. "It doesn't 
make sense for us to talk hockey 
when...we don't even have an ice 
surface yet" 

The mayor feels that late in 1994 or 
early in 1995 would be the ideal lime 
to test the Major Junior A waters. 

Mayor Frenette hopes to see con- 
struction start on the facility this 
summer, with the project completed 
in the fall of 1994. The civic centre 
will be built on St Anne Street, 
across from the Fundy Line Motel. 

The facility is expected to cost 
$11.8 million, and include two 
regulation-size ice surfaces. The pro- 
vince has already pledged $2.8 mil- 
lion to the project and. once regional 
support is gained from neighboring 
municipalities and Local Service 
Districts, the city plans to approach 
the federal government for its share. 
Regional support would also see the 
province commit an additional $1.2 
milUon. 

Gilles Couturier, president of the 
Quebec Major Junior A Hockey 
League, will be contacted by Mayor 
Frenette this week to be brought up to 
date on the city's plans. 

Local and Acadian Peninsula busi- 
ness interests caught the city's atten- 
tion last spring with the idea of 
securing such a franchise for Bath- 
urst. This I2-team Quebec league is 
looking to expand into the Atlantic 



provinces. And, with 50,000 to 
60,000 people within a 50-mile ra- 
dius, the majority of them franco- 
phone, Bathurst is considered an 
ideal locale for a Quebec team. 

The cost of such a franchise is in 
the vicinity of $500,000. However, 
the mayor beUeves the ecoiKMnic 
spinoff would easily outweigh the 
franchise fee. 

"The benent of a franchise coming 
here would be the people that would 
come into the city; the 2,500 or 3,000 
people coming in from outside," he 
said. 

35 HOME GAMES 

With 35 home games per season, 
and that many people coming into the 
region and spending nuxiey, the 
mayor said the situation would be a 
positive one for area businesses and 
motels. 

He said that when the city is ready, 
a meeting will be called to see if a 
group can be formed to look at 
making a Junior A team here a reality 
— including fmding ways to come up 
with the franchise fee. (The city 
would support such a group, via 
communicating with the League, ice 
rental, promotions, etc.) 

Major Junior A hockey is one of 
(he tlnal stepping stones into the 
National Hockey League. Most of the 
country's top hockey stars have gone 
through the Junior A level, either 
with (he Quebec league, the Ontario 
Junior A Hockey League, or the 
Western Junior A Hockey League. 

Beginning in 1994, all prospective 
Junior A players in the Atlantic 
provinces will have to play in the 
Quebec league. That being the case, 
expansion into those provinces is the 
route the Quebec league is most 
likely u> follow. 

"And the kids here have just as 
much ability." the mayor said. 



Big River, Downshore 
discuss arena support 



Big River residents will be decid- 
ing on whether to support the prop- 
osed regional civic centre tonight 
Wednesday. 

The meeting will take place in the 
Big River Community Centre at 7 
p.m., where representatives from the 
Bathurst city council civic centre 
committee will be presenting the 
plans, and discussing the option of a 
second regulation-size ice surface. 

City officials will be asking Big 
River residents to commit to conui- 
buting 1.8 cents per SI 00 value of 
assessment for a 20-year period. That 
works out to about $8 lo $15 annu- 
ally, depending on the assessment 
value of a given home. 

This is the third Local Service 
District (LSD) to be approached by 
the civic centre committee for finan- 
cial support. In the past two months. 
North Teteagouche residents voted 
44- 1 1 in favor of supporting the civic 
centre, and Bathurst Parish residents 
backed the proposal 55-18, or almost 
78 per cent 

Salmon Beach and New Bandon 



will meet with the City on Jan. 13 in 
the New Bandon Spons and Recrea- 
tion Centre at 7 p.m. to discuss 
whether or not they will back the new 
arena. If all four LSDs pledge to help 
fund the project, the planned ice 
surfaces will be expanded to two full 
regulation-sized rinks. At present, 
plans call for one regulation-sized ice 
surface and one three-quarter sized 
surface. 

Funding from the LSDs is also 
vital because the province will com- 
mit an additional $1.2 million to the 
civic centre, or 35 per cent of the 
$11.8 million building, if regional 
financial support is secured. In De- 
cember, the province pledged S2.8 
million in fiuiding. 

Once all LSDs decide on whether 
to back the civic centre, the City 
intends lo meet with the federal 
government by the end of January to 
determine how much it will 
contribute. 

The proposed civic centre will be 
kx»ted on St Anne Street, across 
from the Fundy Line Motel. 




He was the firsti 

Atexandre Doucet was the first baby of 1993 at Chaleur Regional Hospital in Bathurst. The baby, shown here with 
his mom, Juanita Doucet of Bathurst, was bom at 4:50 a.m. Jan. I, and weighed about fix pounds. 

(NqrtlMm Light Photo) 

Militiamen get papers 
for UN peacekeeping duty 



Fiv. Bathurst-area militia mem- 
bers are leaving Thursday for training 
before joining United Nations peace- 
keeping forces in Bosnia- 
Herzegovinia. 

S^L Renaud Boudreau and Cpl. 
Mano Bradet, both of Beresford, and 
Sgt. Craig Chiasson, Cpl. Jeremie 
Doucet and Cpl. Bradley White, alLof 
Bathurst, will arrive in Wiimipeg 
tomorrow Thursday. 

In Winnipeg, they are joining up 
with a Western Canada-based regi- 
ment, and continuing on to Fort C)Td 
in Southern California. They will 
train in Fort Ord until the end of 
March, when they will be Hown to 
Yugoslavia, and stationed in Bosnia- 
Herzegovinia. 

"The men were selected through a 
process in CFB Gagetown," said 
Capt Jake Bell, head of B Company 



of the 2nd Batallion Royal New 
Brunswick Regiment (North Shore). 
"They had to undergo all sorts of 
medical, dental and physical exami- 
nations, and physical fitness training. 
Then, the best were chosen from the 
candidates." 

CapL Bell said it is standard 
proceedure to train for UN Peace- 
keeping missioru in the southern 
United States during the winter 
months. 

"It is minus-30 in Winnipeg and 
there is a lot of snow, so I am certain 
you can appreciate the fact these men 
need lo train outdoors in a warmer 
place," he said. 

The five Bathurst-area men will be 
stationed overseas from the end of 
March until October, or when the UN 
withdraws from the strife-torn reg- 
ion, whichever comes fint. 



The men wit] be there to help 
control the fighting between warring 
Serbian and Croatian armies. The 
ongoing unrest has resulted in the 
death of thousands of people and 
millions of dollars in damage. Only 
one Canadian militia member, a 
sergeant from CFB Gagetown, has 
died so far in the fighting. He stepped 
on a land mine. 

Currently, Master Cpl. Allain 
Theriault of Bathurst is serving with 
UN forces in Croatia. He has been 
stationed there since October 1992, 
and is expected to return sometime in 
March. 

Eighteen soldiers were selected for 
the mission from Bathurst, Camp- 
bellton and Newcastle areas, which 
are all included in the 2nd Batallion, 
commonly known as the North Shore 
Regiment 




Is there a gas war in city? 
It's a matter of definition 



Ken Hudon of Bathurst is among motorists enjoying lower gas prices in the 
city recently. He is shown filling up — at five cents per litre cheaper than in 
November — at the Shell Kwick Auio Service station on Sl Peter Avenue. 

(Nonh«fn Ughl Ptwlo) 



By JIM COUTURE 
Northern Light Staff 

Is there a gas war raging in 
Bathurst? 

Technically speaking, no. A gas 
war is when filling station owners 
continually beat their competitors' 
prices — and vice versa — to gain a 
bigger chunk of the market share. 
Making a profit is secondary. 

Prices in Bathurst have plumnteled 
as much as six cents per litre for 
regular unleaded gasoline since Nov. 
24. That's when Nepisiguit Co-op 
Ltd opened in West Bathurst, be- 
tween St. Simon Street and Victoria 
Avenue. 

"The reason the prices all went 
down was because we opened," said 
Allen Leger, Bathurst co-op 
manager. 

The co-op store and gas bar is 
owned by members who purchase 
shares ar>d shop at the store's reduced 
prices. Because the co-op is owned 
by its members, who reap the profits, 
gas can be sold at a lower cost than 
nK>st competiton. 



Mr. Leger said that when the co-op 
opened, it beg in selling regular un- 
leaded for 56.9 cents per litre. Every- 
one else at the time was selling 
regular gas for about 59.9 cents. 

"Everybody else dropped soon 
after. Now everybody is down (to 
around) 53.9, and we're at 53.4," he 
said. Premium unleaded is now being 
sold for 59.4 at his establishment, and 
for 60 cents and up at other city 
stations, down from about 65 cents 
per litre prior to Nov. 24. 

"Now you don't have to be a 
member. Everybody in town is get- 
ting a good price," he said. 

Mr. Leger said that a promise was 
made to co-op members that "under 
normal circumstances, we'd be two 
to three cents less than our competi- 
tors." He emphasized that the price 
cutting of recent months cannot be 
considered "normal circumstances" 
anymore, and he can't see lowering 
(he prices much more than they 
already are. 

"But let's put it this way: we have 
10 reaa if the competition goes down 
mofe." 



Jim Kinsmen, owner of Bathurst 
Car Wash and Convenience Store at 
35 St. Peter Ave., is one filling station 
owner who believes this is not a gas 
war. 

"If it was a gas war, there would be 
no sign of a stabilizing price, and our 
prices are stabilized now," he said, 
adding he believes the prices have 
now bottomed out. 

Mr. Kinsmen's station now sells 
regular gas at 53.9 cents per litre and 
60.4 cents for premium. Prices at his 
establishment are set by Irving Oil 
Ltd. 

He said Bathurst gas prices are 
mw lower than Moncton, according 
to some of his customers, most of 
whom have noticed the price change. 

"My customers are noticing it for 
sure, especially the people with 
fieets." 

He said co-op's lower gas prices 
are used as a drawing card to attract 
and keep members, but the situation 
is different for him. 

"For me thpugh, gas is my bread 
and butter. I dq)end on gas for a 
living." 



Transfer 
delayed 

Administrative 
details postpone 
ambulance plan 

Postponing the takebver of the 
Chaleur Regiortal Ambulance Com- 
mission until December 1993 should 
result in a smooth transition, accord- 
ing to the commission president. 

"I think if the provincial health 
department could have taken over the 
administration of ambulance service 
in the region by (he end of 1992, that 
would have been preferred," said 
Jean-Guy Robichaud, commission 
president 

"However, by having the commis- 
sion continue to administer the ser- 
vice until the end of December this 
year will mean a snfKX>th, virtually 
trouble-free transition period." 

The New Brunswick Department 
of Health was originally scheduled lo 
take over ambulance operations as of 
Jan. 1, 1993. but because of delays in 
planning how the administrative 
transfer would work, the regional 
ambulance commission agreed lo 
oversee operations for another year. 

"The funding will be transferred 
this year, and all funds will come 
from the provincial health depart- 
ment, but the commission will take 
care of all administration, from train- 
ing to billing to scheduling to pur- 
chasing equipment," said Mr. 
Robchaud. 

Municipalities in the region have 
had their unconditional grants from 
the province cut by the amount they 
were giving to the ambulance com- 
mission, despite the fact not all the 
monies came from the unconditional 
grant. 

Many municipalities were not 
pleased with the cuts lo the uncondi- 
tional grant because they said it was 
■nfair, and sets a bad precedent for 
ihc future. 

"I am happy that the province is 
taking over operations of ambulance 
service, because I do believe that is 
under health's jurisdiction. However, 
I am not pleased with the funding 
plan because it is just not fair to the 
municipalities." said Deputy Mayor 
Silvana Bosca, city council represen- 
utive on the ambulance commission. 

No matter how ambulatKe service 
in the province is to be funded, the 
commission will be meeting with 
officials from Regional Hospital 
Corporation 6 lo discuss details of the 
transfer. 

Carnival fun 
for everyone! 

Balhurst's fourth annual Snow 
Bear Carnival will be held at the 
Bathurst Sporu Chalet Jan. 29 to 31. 

The City's Park, Recreation and 
Tourism department is busy plan- 
ning a wide variety of activities 
which will appeal to people of all 
ages, and are guaranteed to chase 
away (he winter doldrums. 

On Friday, Jan. 29, the fun in- 
cludes a seniors' bowling tournament 
at Chaleur Family Lanes, moonlight 
skiing and skating, a family walk, and 
a story time and snack for kids at the 
Spons Chalet 

A curiing tournament, snow bear 
games for kids, a hot dog lunch, 
public skating, and boot hockey are 
on the schedule for Saturday. Jaa 30. 

The carnival finishes up with 
sleigh rides, a chih supper, and more 
nKXjnIight skiing and skating at the 
Sports Chalet 

Some activities are free, while 
there is a nominal fee for othere. A 
Parks and Recreation spokesperson 
said the carnival is still in the plan- 
ning stages, so anyone interested in 
more information can contact the 
department directly. 



ECOLINE. 



by CoW>*t(n* to*ty 



Cortng leu Oof land 



Salt attMrnatlv** 

Each year about 180,000 tonnaa 
of salt ara uaad on Canadian 
htohwaya, ctty atraala, 
alMwalka and drivawaya 

• SaR damages plants and 
makas loH too aaRy 
tor many traas to grow. 

• SaR polulM w«as, 
making walar unusable 

• RIvars. porxte arnl lakaa 
are alao anacted, kHHng 
nsli and other Ufa. 



1 . Sand or bird seed The texture 
provMet traction and the dark color 
•beoftta MjnNght and matt the Ice. 
Q I. Burlep carpeting tor atalrs arfd 
o wakway* to provide a sure grip. 
^•^ %. Scrape Ice away wRh heavy 
*^^ shovel Inslead of meMng R. 



aourea: 1>w DaRr Plartat (Mm; Ctith RlgM. Hpnaa 



2A— The Northern Light, Wed.. Jan. 6, 1993 



Obituaries 





Mildred MacDonald 

The dcaih of Mrs. Mildred Mac- 
Donald of Balhurst Mines occurred 
Dec 29. 1992 at Chaleur Regional 
Hospital following a brief illness. 
She was 86. 

Bom in Balh- 
urst, she was the 
daughter of the late 
Joseph J. and Mary 
Ann (Imhoff) 
Arseneau. 

Her husband, 
Charles MacDo- 
nald, pre-dcceased 
her in 1975. 

She is survived by three sons, 
William of Balhurst Mines, Thomas 
of Amprior, Oni., and Kevin of 
Toronto; three daughters, Ann Mac- 
Donald of Ottawa, and Mrs. Claire 
Desserud (Per) and Frances MacDo- 
nald, both of Frcdericlbn; 16 grand- 
children; and six great- 
grandchildren. 

The body rested at Elhauon's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 2 at St. Theresa Church, 
Bathurst. Interment will be in the 
parish cemetery in the spring. 

Louise Best 

The death of Mrs. Louise Best of 
Foyer Notre Dame de Lourdes, and 
formerly of 155 Dunrjcresque St, 
Bathurst, occurred Jan. 3, 1993 at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital following 
a lengthy illness. She was 86. 

Bom in Robert- ~ 
ville, she was the 
daughter of the late 
Jdrome and Marie 
Jane (Pitrc) 
Daigle. 

She was a mem- 
ber of Sacred 
Heart Cathedral's fi^ri ^i 
Catholic Women's "^ « 

League, and a member of the Ladies' 
Auxiliary of the Herman J. Good, 
VC, Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian 
Legion. 

She was pre-dcceased by her first 
husband. Hector Jones, and by her 
second husband, Frank Best. 

She is survived by one adopted 
daughter, Mrs. Louise Crolhers 
(Murray) of Saint John; and several 
nieces and nephews. 

She was the last surviving member 
of her immediate family. 

The body rested at Elhation's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 5 at the Sacred Heart 
Cathedral, Bathurst. Interment will 
be in the parish cemetery in the 
spring. 

Evangeline Luce 

The death of Mrs. Evangeline 
Luce of 1806 Miramichi Ave., Bath- 
urst, occurred Jan. 1, 1993 at Chaleur 
Regional Hospital following a brief 
illness. She was 80. 

Bom in Paquet- 
ville, she was the 
daughter of the late 
Louis and Alexan- 
drine (Hachd) 
TheriaulL 

She was pre- 
deceased by her 
husband, Ernest 
Luce, in 1974. 

She is survived by two sons, Rhdal 
of Halifax and Eric of Bathurst; and 
two daughters, Mrs. Rose-Marie 
Clarke (Carl) and Yolande Luce, 
both of Bathurst. 

Another son, Albert Luce, pre- 
deceased her in 1991. 

She is also survived by five 
brothers, Raymond Theriaull (Leon- 
tine) and Albany Theriaull (Sadie), 
both of Bathurst, Germain Theriaull 
(Annette) of Sl Leolin, Lorenzo 
Theriaull (Simonne) of Petit Rochcr, 
and Donat Theriaull of Montreal; 
four sisters, Mrs. Thdrfesc Duguay 
(Marius) of Balhurst, Mrs. Anne- 
Marie Leger (Aim6c) of Ontario, 
Mrs. Alexandrine Ross (Lionel) of 
Paquelville, and Mrs. Jeanne Cold of 
Sept-Isles, Que.; and four 
grandchildren. 

The body rested at Elhation's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 4 at Our Lady of Mount 
Carmel Roman Catholic Church. In- 
terment will be in the parish cemetery 
in the spring. 

AnacUl Noel 

The death of Anaclet Noel of 1204 





Whelton Dr., Bathurst, occurred Dec. 
31, 1992 at Chaleur Regional Hospi- 
tal. He was 71. 

He was the son 
of the late Marcel - 
lin and Marguerite 
Duguay of jl ^.^ 
Lameque. «* '* "^ 

Mr. Noel joined 
ihc Regiment de la 
Chaudi^ on Jan. 
1,1942. During his 
time in the army. 
Lieutenant Noel was wounded in 
Carpiquet, France. 

When he retumed to Canada in 
1945, he worked for the Ministry of 
Fisheries for a few years. Later, he 
worked for the Ministry of Health for 
more than 35 years. At the end of his 
career in public health, he occupied 
the position of regional supervisor of 
health inspectors. 

He obtained the rank of captain 
with the Royal New Brunswick Regi- 
ment (North Shore). He was also a 
member of the Bathurst Richelieu 
Club. 

He is survived by his wife, Lianna 
Chiasson; one daughter, Anne-Marie 
Noel (Marc Sanlcrrc) of Tracadie; 
one sister, Julie Savoie of Lameque; 
and two grandchildren, Myl6ne and 
Maxime. 

The body rested at Verret's Fun- 
eral Home on Sunset Drive, Bathurst. 
Funeral service was held Jan. 3 at the 
Holy Rosary Church, Bathurst Inter- 
ment will be in the parish cemetery in 
the spring. 

Angelina Roy 

The death of Mrs. Angelina Roy of 
Foyer Notre Dame de Lourdes in 
Bathurst, and formerly of Pointe 
Vertc, occurred Dec. 31. 1992. She 
was 88. 

She was the daughter of the late 
Johnny and Adele Guiiard. 

She is survived by her husband, 
Joseph Roy; and one son, Wilfred 
Roy (Amilda) of Pointe Vene. 

Also surviving are one brother, 
Ambroise Guiiard of Pointe Vertc; 
two sisters, Victoria Savoie 
(Edouard) and Elizabeth Doiron, 
both of Pointe Verte; five grandchil- 
dren; 10 great-grandchildren; and 
five great-great-grandchildren. 

The body rested at Verret's Fun- 
eral Hone in Nigadoo. Funeral ser- 
vice was held Jan. 2 at Sl Vincent de 
Paul Roman Catholic Church, Pointe 
Verte. Interment will be in the parish 
cemetery in the spring. 

Robert Roy 

The death of Robert Roy of Petit 
Rocher occurred at his home on Jan. 
3, 1993 following a lengthy illness. 
He was 53. 

He was the son of the late Richard 
and Bcmadcuc^(Godin) Roy of Petit 
Rocher. 

He is survived by his wife, Rose- 
Marie Guitard; one son, Robert 
(Mary-Ann) of Bathurst; and two 
daughters, Louise Roy and Anne Roy 
(fiancd to Michel Lavigne), both of 
Petit Rocher. 

Also surviving are one brother, 
Paul Roy (Joanne) of Petit Rocher, 
one sister, Nora Arseneau (Reginald) 
of Petit Rocher, his mother-in-law, 
Genevifcve Guiiard of Petit Rocher; 
and many nieces, nephews, cousins, 
and brothers- aitd sisters-in-law. 



The body rested at Verret's Fun- 
eral Home in Nigadoo. The funeral 
service was held Jan. 5 at St. Poly- 
carpe Church, Pclil Rochcr. Inter- 
ment will be in the parish cemetery in 
the spring. 

Ullian Sturgeon 

The death of Lillian Sturgeon of 
Tide Head occurred Dec. 29, 1992 at 
the Saint John Regional Hospital. She 
was 71. 

Bom in Sillikers, she was the 
daughter of the late Eari and Marjorie 
(Mathews) Matchcu. __ 

She was employed at ihe Provin- 
cial HospiUl in Campbellton for 23 
years. She was a member of the Knox 
Presbyterian Church, a ladies quill- 
ing club, and the Order of the Eastern 
Star. 

She is survived by one daughter, 
Bonnie Court of Quispamsis; and 
three sons, Edward Sturgeon of Saint 
John, Laurie Sturgeon of Bathurst 
and Murray Sturgeon Jr. of Tide 
Head. 

Also surviving are nine sisters, 

Maureen MacLcan, Martha Rolfe, 
Eva Malchelt, Rhoda King and Elsie 
MacTavish, all of Monclon, Roma 
Allison. Christine White and Valerie 
Harvey, all of Newcastle, and 
Katherine EXxicet of Hampton; four 
brothers, Sidney and Peter, boih of 
Moncton, Blair of Newcastle, and 
Silas of Atholville; and seven 
grandchildren. 

She was pre-deccased by her hus- 
band, Murray Sturgeon Sr., and by 
one brother, Delmont MalchetL 

The funeral service was held Jan. 2 
at Maher's Funeral Home, Campbell- 
ton. Pallbearers were Everett McKin- 
non, Billy Harvey, McrriU Chesser, 
Gordon Harris, Femand Dubd and 
Murray Renouf. Interment will be in 
the Campbellton Rural Cemetery in 
the spring. 

Robert Anthony Robinson 

The death of Robert Anthony 
(Tony) Robinson occurred Dec. 18, 
1992 at his home in Englewood, 
Florida following a brief illness. He 
was 66. 

Bom in Mexico, he was employed 
by the Bathurst Power and Paper Co. 
from 1949 to 1961. While in Canada, 
he became a Canadian citizen and 
was active in basketball, hunting and 
fishing. 

He came to Canada to complete his 
education, graduating from Mount 
Allison University in 1948. He re- 
tumed to Ihe Batl)ursl area every year 
since 1949. 

Throughout his career, he worked 
in the pulp and paper industry and 
helped surt four mills — Celgar in 
Castlegar, B.C., Scott Maritimes 
Pulp Ltd. in Abercrombie, N.S., Scott 
Somerset in Skowhegan, Maine, and 
Santa Fc in Nacimicnto, Chile. ^ 

He retired from S.D. Warren in 
Skowhegan in 1988. After a brief 
period of travel, he and his wife made 
their home in Englewood, Florida 

He is survived by his wife, Jean 
(Murray) Robinson; two daughters. 
Mrs. Heather MacLellan (Alex) of 
Gloucester. OnL and Mrs. Pam Blake 
(Stephen) of Oakland, Maine; and 
one son, Robert P. Robinson of 
Charlotletown, P.E.I. 

A son, David, of Plantation, Flor- 
ida, pre-deceased him in 1990. 




Smelter workers in Belledunc changing shifts Monday afternoon. With the news that more health tests are needed 
on 140 of the workers, it is obvious that complete answers on workers' health at the smeller are still oul oi reacn 

(Northern Light Pholo) 

Belledune smelter workers 
bound for tests in Baltimore 

140 men selected for additional health testing 



Belledune smeller officials are 
scheduling lime off for 140 employ- 
ees to go to Baltimore for health tests 
starling the end of January. 

"We do not want to disturb the 
operations at the smelter loo much, so 
we are currently working on schedul- 
ing to ensure people can get down to 
Baltimore, and the smeller can con- 
tinue to operate well," said Michel 
Garon, vice-president of the smeller, 
which is a division of Brunswick 
Mining and Smelling. 

The 140 employees will be under- 
going a detailed series of medical 
tests to determine if their exposure to 
lead and other heavy metals has 
caused psychological or neurolgical 
problems. 

The employees being sent to Balti- 
more were identified from 467 smel- 
ler workers during a series of health 
tests last spring. Their response times 
to various tests, siich as^^trd mem- 
ory and visual recall exercises, were 
considered inadequate and requiret) 
more in-depih one-on-onc tcsling. 

"Right now, the mood of smelter 
employees is not bad, although some 
of the workers are certainly worried, 
but that is only normal," said Mr. 
Garon. 

Mr. Garon said it could take about 
10 weeks for the second series of tests 
10 be completed. The company will 
pay to have about 16 workers fiown 
10 Baltimore each week to be tested at 
the Centre for Occupational and 



Environmental Neurology, under the 
supervison of Dr. Margit Bleeker, 
director of the centre. Each test will 
take about five hours per worker. 

Dr. Bleecker and 20 other health 
professionals performed the initial 
tests last spring. Test results from this 
session should be available in early 
spring or summer. Doctors and the 
New Brunswick Occupational 
Health and Safely Commission will 
examine the results before deciding 
whether the workers need any type of 
U^atment. 

Union ofricial Fidele Legacy said 



it is "hard lo say" how workers are 
feeling, and it is "too early to com- 
ment" on whether any law suits or 
grievances will be laid by the em- 
ployees against the smelter. 

Mr. Legacy is vice-president of the 
United Steelworkers of America, 
Local 7085. 

Concerns about the health of work- 
ers at the Belledune smeller have 
been ongoing for years, particularly 
since late 1988. 

Health and safety issues were at 
the forefront of a 10-month strike at 
the smelter in 1990. 




AUTO PARTS 
1169 ST. PETER AVE. 

548-4505 

APPOINTMENT 

Jean-Marc Hachey, manager of UAP in Bathurst, is pleased to 
announce the appointment of Travis Ferron as Automotive 
Machinist. 

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Harvard is melting pot 
for Beresford sisters 

Attending prestigious school is learning experience 



The Northern Light, Wed., Jan. 6, 1993— 3 A 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light Staff 

If Harvard Medical School was not 
challenging enough, a young Beres- 
ford woman is tackling that and a 
nuister of science program. 

Cindy Maxwell, z2, is in her Tirst 
year of a joint medical sciences 
program between Harvard Medical 
School and the Massachusetts Instu- 
tule of Technology (MIT). Both are 
located in Boston, Mass. and are 
considered two of the best post- 
secondary institutions on the 
continent. 

In between her "heavy-duty study- 
ing," she sings in the Harvanl- 
Radcliff chorus and is a student 
council representative on the Health 
Sciences and Technology Society. 

Add to her list of laurels that she is 
the first black woman in the program 
in IS years, is a research assistant, 
and has all her education paid for 
through tuition scholarships, grants, 
loans and research stipends, and you 
have a long list of accomplishments 



for someone so young. 

One would assume an ego would 
accompany such achievement, but 
this articulate young woman is not 
someone with an attitude problem. 

"I think people who are unique get 
into Harvard," said Cindy, adding, 
"Of course, you have to have good 
marks, but it is the uniqueness of each 
person that makes someone espe- 
cially attractive. You should also 
have a ^ood sense of self — be doing 
somethmg, and doing it well. Actu- 
ally, two-thirds of Harvard suidents 
come from public schools." 

Cindy herself graduated from 
Bathurst High School, as did her 
sister Linda, who is also attending 
Harvard. In Grade 12, she applied to 
several Canadian schools, including 
Mount Allison and Saint Frances 
Xavier, but Harvard was the only 
school to offer a full tuition 
scholarship. 

"If Harvard had been located any- 
where in the world, I would have 
applied to it," said Cindy. "Aside 



from Oxford, I don't think any 
university has as large an interna- 
tional draw. And once you are ac- 
cepted 10 Harvard, there is no ques- 
tion the school will find some way for 
you to be able to afford to go." 

She said her experience at the 
university has been invaluable. 

"Harvard has made me so much 
more self-confident and able to deal 
with all kinds of people. You learn a 
ton in your classes but so much more 
from the people around you. For 
instance, a typical dinner for me 
woukl have students who are Arab. 
Mexican, Jewish, Indian — all 
diantetrically opposite on so many 
issues yet still good friends. That's 
the most amazing part. Now, I be- 
lieve I can go anywhere and deal with 
anyone." 

When Cindy graduates with her 
lambskin degree in hand next year, 
she hopes to go into medical practice 
at a teaching hospital in the United 
States, and then eventually return to 
Canada once her student loans are 
paid for. 





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Cindy Maxwell, 22, (at left), and her sister Linda Maxwell. 18. add the fmishing touches to their family's Christmas 

tree. The girls, daughters of Dr. Samuel and Mrs. Irene Maxwell of Beresford, were hon»e from Harvard University in 

Boston for the Christmas holidays. 

(Northern Ughl Photo) 



Famous classmates not uncommon 



Being a Hrst-year student at North 
America's foremost univenity is ex- 
citing enough. 

But Harvard bachelor of aits stu- 
dent Linda Maxwell, 18, shares the 
first-year experience with some not- 
able company: Prime Minister Brian 
Mulroney's daughter Caroline and 
newspaper magnate Rupert Mur- 
doch's son. (The Prince of Denmark 
is also taking a few introductory 
courses, but he aheady has his arts 
degree and is taking another degree, 
so is not officially in Linda's class.) 

"When I was looking through the 
face book, 1 noticed some of these 
people," said Linda, adding, "I see 
Rupert Murdoch's son around cam- 
pus all the time. I haven't met 
Caroline yet, and I don't think it is a 
big deal with other freshmen that the 
Canadian Prime Minister's daughter 
is there. I go to a Canadian students' 
club sometimes and we were all 



excited at fvst. But she just lives in 
the dorms like the rest of us." 

Linda points out Rupert Mur- 
doch's son in the Harvard Faces 
Book, a yearbook of fu^t-year stu- 
dents. He has long hair, and looks 
rather scruffy — nothing like a 
billionaire's son. 

"I have seen some n>oney around. 
like one person got driven up to the 
dorm in a limousine and students 
drive the occasional BMW but for the 
most part, if they have money, they 
try to hide it," said Linda. 

However, nmney is something pa- 
rents of Harvard students need in 
abundance, unless their children re- 
ceive scholarships. Tuition for this 
year is estimated at S20,(XX) US, plus 
housing expenses. At the end of a 
four year degree, it would work out to 
almost $1 10,000 Canadian — a very 
nice home in BathursL 

But Linda, like her older sister 



"I don't think it is a big deal with other 
freshmen that the Canadian Prime Minister's 
daughter is there. ..she just lives in the dorms 
like the rest of us." 

Linda Maxwell 



Scholarships helped pay 
hefty Ivy League tuition 



Cindy, received a full scholarship 
which covers . She works at the 
library on campus six hours a week 
for "pocket money," and Chaleur 
Regional Development Commission 
bursary money she received through 
Bathurst High School last year also 
helped to cover some incidental 
costs. 

She attends classes for about IS 
houn a week, and docs five or six 
hours of homework a night 

Linda has yet to benefit from 
small, personalized classes. Most of 



her introductory courses have be- 
tween 300 to 400 people, and a very 
popular Greek Heroes course has 800 
to 900 students. 

"We break into sections of 1 5 to 20 
students, and hold discussion groups 
led by Teaching Fellows, who are 
usually grad students. Some of my 
professors are very eccentric. My 
math professor is from England and 
she has a very dry sense of humor. 
My chemistry prof, Dudley Hersc- 
hbach. won the Nobel Prize in 1987. 
He brings his dog to physical chemi- 
stry lab." 



Dr. Samuel and Mrs. Irene Max- 
well of Beresford certainly have five 
things to be proud of — their 
daughters. 

All are high academic achievers, 
and have great futures ahead of them, 
if one can judge by their two eklest 
daughters, Cindy, 22, and Linda, 18. 
both students at Harvard University 
near Boston, Mass. 

Linda graduated from Bathurst 
High School in 1992, and is in her 
fusl year of studies at the Ivy League 
school. Last year, she won the Gover- 
nor General's medal for academic 
excellence and a full tuition scholar- 
ship from Harvard. 

Cindy, a 1988 Bathurst High gra- 
duate, graduated from Harvard 
magna cum laude with a bachek)r of 
arts degree in chemistry. She is now 
attending Harvard Medical School 



and is enrolled in the Harvard-MIT 
Division of Health Sciences and 
Technology program. She will gra- 
duate with a joint MD/MS degree in 
1994. 

Harvard is considered one of the 
finest universities in the United 
States, and is internationally re- 
known for its degrees in medicine, 
law, politics and economics/ 
business. 

The Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology (MIT) is a post- 
secondary institution noted for its 
excellence in technology and science 
programs. 

Tuition at these schools runs as 
high as $21,000 US and there are high 
admissions standards. Both Maxwell 
girls won scholarships to Harvard 
after graduating top of their class in 
high school. 





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Gail MacMillan has way with words 

Published children's author juggles family, work — and writing 



Bathurst author Gall MacMillan browses through Forest Of Fear, one of 
the three young adult noveb she wrote and had published in the 1970s. Mrs. 
MacMillan. who is the secretary at Parkwood Heights Elementary, has also 
been published in Reader's Digest magazine, and has written a history of 
Bathurst. (Nonh«m Ughl Photo) 



By JAI^CE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light Staff 

Publishing three books for for 
young adults in rapid sucession is no 
mean feat. To do it while raising three 
children at home is another accom- 
plishment altogether. 

Yet, that's exactly what kx»l au- 
thor Gail MacMillan. 48. did between 
1974 and 1976. and she hasn't locked 
back since. 

"I really think that it was pure luck 
that 1 got published on my second 
try." said Mrs. MacMillan, who has 
juggled her writing career with a 
secretarial position at Parkwood 
Elementary School for the past 10 
years. 

In 1971. she and her husband Ron 
moved to Bathurst from Tabisintac. 
She stayed at home with the kids, 
while Ron worked in the science 
department at Bathurst High School. 

However, in 1973, Gail decided to 
take a creative writing course at the 
high school. With a story entitled A 
Forest of Fear which she wrote for 
that class, Gail started her career as a 
writer. She sent the story in to an 
American publishing house, and the 
rest is history. 

"The publisher who bought my 
books played it very safe, actually, 
because it is a company which pre- 
sells books to libranes. and they do 
not market the book in bookstores 
like other publishers. Instead, authors 
are paid a flat rate with no royalties." 



Gail went on to sell two more 
books to the publisher, entitled A 
Deadly Passion and Inherited De- 
ception. Her next writing project was 
a book on Bathurst's history in 1978. 

"My children were in school at the 
lime, and were always needing infor- 
mation on the history of the region, 
but couldn't find a lot of it, and there 
was no one book of history on 
Bathurst. My husband suggested to 
me that 1 should write one, so I did." 

Under a Canadian Works prpject, 
Gail researched and wrote An Out- 
line on the History of Bathurst in 
seven months, but by the time it was 
finished in December 1978. there 
was no money left to publish it In 
1984. the city decided to publish it as 
part of the bicentennial celebrations. 

"I was very surprised the city made 
all its money back in sales, and it is 
still used by suidenls as far away as 
the University of Toronto." 

READER'S DIGEST 

Today, Gail is writing freelance 
feature articles for a number of 
magazines, including Reader's Di- 
gest, but she says her fu^t love is 
fiction. 

"Whatever sells, that's what you 
have to go for, and 1 have been 
finding dog stories are selling very 
well, but I want to reuim to fiction 
because that is what really got me 
into writing in the fusl place," she 
said. 



"There is no cheque which is as exciting as 
the joy of writing, and if I am rejected, I get an 
'I'll show you' kind of complex." 

Bathurst author Gail MacMillan 



She does have a literary agent in 
Montreal who is trying to sell an adult 
historical romance novel of Gail's, 
which is as yet untitled. Gail wrote 
the book over a period of years by 
longhand — about 1,500 pages in all. 
Unfortunately, no publishers have 
expressed serious interest in the book 
yet 

"Nothing is guaranteed in this 
business. A publisher will say they 
are going to buy it definitely going to 
buy it, then it comes back. You can 
think something is wonderful, there is 
no way it won't sell, and then it 
doesn't Then you write something 
you think no one would buy, and it 
sells right away. There's really no 
telling because it is such a matter of 
taste with editors." 

Gail rejuvenates her creativity by 
taking long walks outdoors. She said 
after spending time outside, she feels 
energized to think and write crea- 
tively. However, now she only has 
time to write on Sunday mornings 
and sometimes on Saturdays and in 
the evenings. 

"1 would love to return to writing 
full time, but it is hard. Now, I realize 
I don't get time, I have to make it It 



requires a real discipUne to write, 
whether full-time or part-time, espe- 
cially if you are woiitking at home, 
with all sorts of distractions." 

She enjoys the actual moment of 
writing the best of all. She said it is 
the "excitement of creating" rather 
than an idea that she will become rich 
or famous that keeps her going, even 
after rejection. 

"There is no cheque which is as 
exciting as the joy of writing, and if 1 
am rejected, 1 get an 'I'll show you' 
kind of complex. If rejection floors 
you. you wiU never make it as a 
writer. Take the good comments for 
what they are, and then send the story 
out again." 

While she is waiting for a pu- 
blisher to buy her book, she is writing 
away in her brown binder, which acts 
as her "writing security blanket" She 
also encourages young students to U7 
writing, if that is what they wartt to 
do. 

"I love to ecourage them, but at the 
same time I know that it is hard to 
make a living at this like any of the 
arts." 

However, Gail MacMillan seems 
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EDITORIAL 

Competition works 

It is apparent private sector competition can accomplish 
more in a mere month than years of lobbying by 
government officials. 

Just look at the recent downward spiral in gas prices in 
Bathurst. 

City councillor John Duffy has long been lobbying for 
lower gas prices in the northern part of the province. 

In fact, on Aug. 14 he wrote a letter to Doug Tyler, the 
provincial mines and energy minister, to express his dismay 
that gas prices in Saint John average 54.3 cents per litre, and 
54.8 cents per litre in Fredericton, while Bathurst hovers 
between 58.9 to 59.9 cents per litre. 

In September, Mr. Duffy was going to meet with Minister 
Tyler, but no changes were brought about in the price of gas. 
Not surprising — some things governments do not even 
claim to have control over. 

However, since the Nepisiguit Co-op opened in late 
November, local gas prices have plummeted to an average 
of 54.9 to 56.9 cents per litre. This is because the Co-op is 
committed to selling less expensive gas, and sells it for as 
low as 53.9 cents per litre. 

That means Bathurst-area residents can buy gas for the 
same prices as found in the southern half of the province — 
equality at last! 

And it is all due to a little healthy competition between 
private sector enterprises. 

On issue of human life, 
Canada is consistent 



patient is going to die. and they are 
not alioweid to end possible pain and 
suffering earlier than nature intends. 

E>oes it not seem the criminal is 
bein^ respected more than a law- 
abiding citizen? It is a double stan- 
dard, and the person who pays the 
price is someone who is already in a 
great deal of pain. 

Fortunately, Canada's legal sys- 
tem does not have the same moral 
paradox: abortion on demand, the 
death penalty and euthanasia are all 
illegal. 

This is because Canada has a 
history as a patenuklistic nation. That 
means the lives and needs of its 
citizens are cared for by federal, 
provincial and municipal govern- 
ments to a great extent. 

Some may argue that government 
bodies do not have the right to 
intervene in the lives of its citizens to 
such a degree. They believe individu- 
als should have the freedom lo do as 
they choose with their own lives. 

THE REAL ISSUE 

However, the real issue here is the 
consistent respect given to the sanc- 
tity of human life in Canada. It is 
obvious the Canadian government, 
and our lawmakers, respect human 
life above all other concerns: a 
deviant criminal, a person suffering 
from a painful terminal disease, an 
unwanted baby. 

With the conditions placed on the 
value of human life so obviously 
skewed south of the border, we 
Canadians should be thankful that we 
are, if anything, consistent 

We should also be thankful life in 
our nation is considered so precious 
during a time in the world when 
human life is devalued and degraded 
so much, and so easily k)st in other 
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Pwsanal aplnlon IroM 




(Bdltor'a Nof: TMt wvalr'a eoHimn It 
gu9M»Htfn by ttatf rmportMr Janio* R. 
Amour.) 

Child killer WestJey Dodd hanged 
to death shortly after 4 a.m. AST 
Tuesday. 

His hanging was the first in the 
United States since I%S, yet the 
Washington state Supreme Court 
cleared the way for the murderer's 
request to hang instead of dying by 
lethal injection. 

No matter what position a person 
takes on capital punishment, one 
must question a nation that grants 
criminals' requests to die in the 
manner that they chose, yet at the 
same time deny that right to a 
lemiinally-ill person. 

Euthanasia — sometimes known 
as the right to die with dignity — is 
illegal in most sutes south of the 
border, including Washington. 

Yet Washington has the death 
penalty, and allows criminals who 
are sentenced to death to choose the 
manner of their death. 

This presents a nKxal paradox. 

Neither the criminal or the termi- 
nally ill person would choose to die if 
they could have the option to live. 
Yet, the fact of the matter is they are 
going to die. 

The difference lies in the fact the 
criminal can choose how to die, and 
knows when that will happen. The 
lemiinally ill individual and his or her 
family does not know when the 



Midnight blaze gutted 
Bathurst stores in '23 



Flashback 

Events from th« archiv«s 
of The Northem Light 



70 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1923 

Three stores were gutted in a 
midnight fire on Water Street, includ- 
ing the liquor vendor store of Emest 
J. Palmer. The Hre had reached 
substantial proportions when the first 
alarm was given and by the time the 
flremen arrived on the scene, the 
large wooden structure was aflame 
from end to end and doomed to entire 
destruction. 

Despite vailant efforu by the Tuv- 
men, the flames quickly spread to the 
store of J.P. Whelan Co. Lid. on the 
eastemly side and the Comeau and 
Co. on the westerly side. The Meahan 
pharmacy, next to the Comeau and 
Co. building was saved. 
60 YEARS AGO 
Jaa. 1933 



An unusual auto trip was made 
Tuesday when Mr. Arthur J. Legere. 
accompanied by Mssr. J. Aurele 
Allain, Arthur J, Doucet and William 
Watson, motored to Mr. Legcre's 
sporting camp at the Narrows on the 
Nespisiguit River, a distance of ap- 
proximately 27 miles. 

The nret part of the journey from 
here to tlie Falls which is ap0lroxi- 
mately seven miles away was cov- 
ered in an hour and a half, the total 
distance being made in three hours. 
This is a record time, suring a time of 
the year when the sled runners are 
supposed to be predominate over the 
wheels. This no doubt constitutes a 
record for the Eastern part of the 
country. 

50 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1943 

Featuring at the Capitol theatre this 
week are Gary Cocmer and Barbara 
Stanwyck in Ball of Fire, a Samuel 
Goldwyn presentation. Also playing 
is Cough in the Drc^i, surring Bob 
Hope and Dorothy Lamour. 



Mila pales in comparison to Hillary 



In assessing the impact of the new 
U.S. admninistration on the Canadian 
political scene, everyone seems to be 
overlooking Mila Mulroney. 

And she, oddly enough, may be the 
only one to beneFiL 

It's the overwhelming view of 
every media scribbler that Canadians 
will suffer a severe outbreak of 
jealousy when Bill Clinton and his 
freshly-minted administration take 
over Washington this month. 

It will be the dawning of a new 
generation, just as it was when John 
F. Kennedy accepted the torch from 
Dwight Eisenhower. For the Tirst 
time, the baby boomers will be in 
charge. 

And, amid all this relatively youth- 
ful excitement, our Canadian politi- 
cians will inevitably appear more 
shop-worn than ever. There will be 
unkind comparisons — a certainty in 
politics — and a yearning for a new, 
young and exciting Canadian leader 
who can stand ull beside Bill Clin- 



Political Scene 



By STEWART MKtlOO 

Oium Bunau 
ThaniMii Nmm Saraica 



ton, not to mention Al Gore. 

Yes, barring a Clinton disaster in 
Washington, it's difficult to see how 
any Canadian leader can personally 
benefit from his election. 

But no one has mentioned Mila 
Mulroney. 

You see, ever since Brian Mulro- 
ney assumied office in 1984. Mrs. 
Mulroney has absorbed a fair amount 
of criticism for being more than a 
stay-at-home prime ministerial wife. 
When she became the first spouse to 
actually have an office in the prime 
minister's buikling, there were k>ud 
outcrys of protest 

"Just who does she think she is?" 
was the most common question. No 



one elected her to anything, it was 
said, so why should the taxpayers 
foot the bill for her suff, albeit a tiny 
one? 

The traditKNial view of prime 
ministers' wives — although Mar- 
garet Tnideau rattled the system for a 
time — is a chatelaine of 24 Sussex 
Dr. and a smiling, silent supporter on 
the campaign trail. 

Mila Mulroney has been just too 
pushy, travelling in limousines and 
all that stuff. 

Well, there is every indication that 
Hillary Clinton will make her look 
absolutely docile by comparison. Al- 
ready, this brilliant and beautiful 
lawyer has made it known she wants 
to be a full partner, not a fust lady. 

She has, it's been reported, had a 
hand in selecting some of the new 
cabinet members. And she was active 
in that hu^e economic advisory semi- 
nar organized by the president-elect. 

Mrs. Clinton has already said that, 
as a "presidential partner," she wants 



to work on implementing a true 
women's and children's agenda. 
"Bill and I are a team and we want to 
work on issues." 

She has alos been quoted as saying 
Amerians are "Getting two for the 
price of one." 

Mila Mulroney has never said 
anything like ttat. What she's been 
criticized for a occupying a small 
office and ha^feng a secretary help 
answer her mail. 

But we obviously weren't ready 
for that — any more than we were 
ready for Maureen McTecr to main- 
lain her maiden name while husband 
Joe Clark was prime minister. Actu- 
ally, for atime after her marriage, 
Mrs, Clinton continued to use her 
maiden name, butevcnually changed 
it to her husband's. 

So she might not be of much help 
to Ms. McTccr. 

But she'll clearly make life a bit 
easier for Mrs. Mulroney 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



TV buff says cable company 
is out to annoy subscribers 



We liave seen some unpopular 
changes since Cable 2000 TV ac- 
quired the company from the previ- 
ous owners. These changes were 
made with little or no input from we 
customen. 

Since taking control. Cable 2000 
has raised sut»cription rales. (Cable 
TV is already known as one of the 
three most lucrative businesses in 
Canada.) 

Then the Bangor stations were 
dropped and repliK«d by the Detroit 
stations. Nobody I know wants the 
Deffoit stations, which broadcat from 
some 1,500 miles away. Bangor, 



though, is known to many Bathurst 
folks. Not much thought could have 
been given to this move. 

We became accustomed to good 
musk on Channel 3, but management 
saw fit to deny the music lo its paying 
customers. 

Then the channel numbers to 
which customers had become famil- 
iar were changed. 

Finally, just recently, the typewrit- 
ten news and sports which could be 
seen on Channel 7 have been 
dropped. One could tune in on Chan- 
nel 7 eariy in the morning, most of the 
day, and late at night and pick up the 



latest news. 

It seems Cable 2000. for some 
reason or another, is out lo annoy its 
customers. Since there is no competi- 
tion, management can do as it 
pleases. We customers can take it or 
leave iu With the coming of fibre 
optics, companies such as NB Tel 
may provide competition in the ikm- 
loo-disiant fuuire. 

Cable 2000 customers should 
pake their concerns known to man- 
agement if they dislike the changes 
hoisted upon them. 

Jack McKinney 
Bathurst 



Federal plan for economic recovery 
is another assault on working class 



The government's plan for eco- 
nomic recovery is now known. What 
does it mean for the unemployed, for 
federal public service emfjloyees, for 
private sector workers and for 
business? 

First, let's lake a kmk at the 
situation for those of us who may 
have to make an application for 
unempk>yment insurance benefits, 
effective April 1993. 

The government is proposing a 
reduction of its costs by three per cent 
on the backs of those who need the 
most — the unempkiyed! Consider- 
ing the ecoTKMnic situation that pre- 
vailed for the past few years and the 
faa we can antkipate it won't get 
better, it doesn't look too good! 

The work week is being reduced, 
salaries are either frozen or even 
decreased in some industries. So 
those who are already in difficulty 
will once nKxe penalized. Workers 
who are having difficulty to make 
ends meet are being blamed for a 
situation beyond their control. This 
will not help the economy recovery, 
since it will only mean a reduction of 
money spent, and maybe more lay- 
offs in the reuil industry. 

The government also intends to 
disqualify people who quit their jobs 
without acceptable reasons or who 
are fued for misconduct The legal 



procedures require that claimanu 
must submit a claim before an a^ent 
can give any decision on the admissi- 
bility of the claimant. 

It is also necessary to conduct an 
investigation in order to make such a 
deciswn. This means that all the 
pressure is being put on the worker. 
To lake such risks, specially for 
claimants with dependents, is practi- 
cally impossible. This is giving all the 
power to employers who will put 
even more pressure on workers. 

Employers who are under a lot of 
stress because of the poor economy 
become sometintes aggressive or 
even violent There is also the prob- 
lenn of sexual harassment at the 
workplace etc. Nobody wants to have 
to relate their bad experience in front 
of everybody. 

For public service employees 
working at the Canada Employment 
and Immigration, the workload is 
already very high. There are too 
nuuiy claims and not enough staff. It 
is reasonable to believe that the 
proposed changes will create nwre 
complex claims and increase the 
number of appeals due to the severity 
of the penalty. Therefore, with the 
reduction of staff due to the reduc- 
tions of the budget and the increase of 
the workload, it should be anticipated 
that claims will not be processed 
within reasonable delays. 



The government's expenses reduc- 
tions mean that there will be cuts 
where there is already a shortage of 
staff in order to maintain efficient 
services and that the public will be 
upset at publk service employees. 
Tlie wage freeze means there will be 
less spoiding: the lack of advance-, 
ment opportunities and the insecurity 
that exist does not favour and eco-- 
nomic recovery. Public servke em- 
ployees feel depressed and 
powerless. 

Those who have, those who are 
making money with money and those 
who want cheap labor are the only 
ones who could be happy with such a 
recovery plan which is attacking the 
working class. 

All workers, whether in the public 
or the private sector or unemptoyed, 
must request that the Mazankoski 
recovery plan be cancelled. 

We must act now by writing to our 
MPs, the prime minister of Canada, 
the minister of Emptoyment and 
Immigration Canada, Mr. Vakourt; 
and the Finance minister, Mr. Ma- 
zankowski. There is no postage cost 
if sent at the Parliament of Canada! 

We coukl also coniact our politi- 
cians by telephone of fax. Let's do it 
now! 

Jnlien PItrc 
Robcrtvilk 



North Shore Regiment members 
wish UN peacekeepers godspeed 



The North Shore Regiment cur- 
rently has two members on peace' 
keeping duty with the 2nd Royal 
Canadian Regiment in Bosnia, Her- 
zegovinia. Master Cpl. Allain Th6r- 
iault of Bathunt and Corporal Barry 
Firth of Campbelllon left in October 
for this UN tasking. 

Master Cpl. Th6nault is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremie Thdriaull of 
Centennial Sueet in Bathurst He 
relumed last March from Cyprus 
after a nine-month tour of duty with 
2RCR. He joined the Nodh Shore 
Regiment in June 1988. 

He qualified infantryman that 
summer and completed the Infantry 
Section Commander's Course in Au- 



gust of 1S>90, and was promoted lo 
Master Corporal in December 1990. 
He graduated from Ecole Secondaire 
Nmisiguit in 1991. 

Cpl. Firth is the sen of Mrs. Sylvia 
Fulh of Squaw Cap near Campbell- 
urn. He is married to the former 
Angela Laroque. They have two 
children, Justin and Amber. He 
served in the regular force with the 
Princess Patricia Canadian Li^t In- 
fantry from 1985 to 1992. He joined 
our unit in March 1S>92. 

The regiment is currenUy process- 
ing 20 nnore members to attend 
peacekeeping duties with 2PPCLI in 
Sarejevo. They will be leaving for 
Winnepeg. Manitoba on Thunday 



Men of Aitken planning reunion 



To the 'Men of Aitken' past and 
present I wouM like to lake this 
opportunity to invite you to a special 
event lo comntenrarate our 3Sth 
anniversary. 

A committee has been organized to 
make arrangements for a variety of 
events, and what we need now is you. 
Tentative plans have been made for a 
reunion to take place Feb. 5, 6 and 7. 

I am sure you often wonder how 
things arc in Aitken House today, and 
what roads that kmg-lost friends have 
taken. 

The Aitken spirit lives on in both 
young and old alike. If you are 
interested in spending a fun-filled 
weekend with the Men of Aitken, and 
wouM like nuMt information on how 
10 do so. please contact Steve Clarke. 



Alumni Represenutive P.O. Box 101 
Aitken House Fredericion, N.B. E3B 
5A3 (506) 450-6855 or Jon Jonsen 
(506) 450-6889. 

Richard Frenettc 
' Bathurst 



Jan. 7. where they will go through 
three months of iittensive training 
prior to leaving for overseas in early 
April. 

Members of the North Shore Regi- 
ment wish all these members %oSs- 
peed and a healthy and safe return. 
Stephen Bass, CD, CWO 
Regimental Sergeant Mi^or 
The North Shore Regiment 



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While I and my son Derek were 
travelling from Newcastle to Bath- 
urst Christmas Day lo visit my 
mother, Mrs. Opal Melanson, and 
family, my car blew a tire. 

I could not control the vehkle; it 
hit hard-packed snow, turned end for 
end on the opposite side of the road, 
and overturned in a ditch. 

A car travelling from Bathurst and 
one from Chatham stopped to offer 
help. A gentleman from one of the 
can went to call the RCMP. 

I am writing to thank those won- 
derful people: the RCMP officer for 
his care and kindness, and for driving 
us to Big River, the people who 
Slopped to assist: the tow-truck 
driver, Mr. Kenny, for taking myself, 
my son and my car back home 
Christmas night; my brother Came- 
ron who took me to the hospiul; and 
the doctor and nurse who were so 
caring. 

I thank God because we could have 
been more injured, aside from sore 
muscles. My son was not injured. He 
will be returning to Mount Allison 
University in the New Year. 

A big thank you all again. 
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Newcastle 



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Bathurst JA is ahead 
of schedule for '92-'93 

Business program now in its seventh year 



The Norihcm Lighi, Wed., Jan. 6. 1993— 5 A 



Junior Achievers in Bathurst are 
three weeks ahead of their business 
production schedule this year — an 
apparently impressive feat. 

'The kids seem to be getting down 
to business faster, and they are 
already putting in overtime, which 
usually doesn't happen until the 
fourth quarter," said Donna Eden, 
executive director of Bathurst Junior 
Achievement Inc. Junior Achieve- 
ment is a national entrepreneurial 
program for students in Grades 10 
through 12. 

As usual, there are four companies, 
two run by Bathurst High School 
students and two by students from 
Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit. Totes 4 
Tools & Other Stuff, which builds 
wooden utility boxes, is overseen by 
BHS student Jennifer Black; ESN 
student Rachel Robichaud is presi- 
dent of a candle-making company, 
Energie JE; Rodney Savoy of ESN is 
running Racatou, a wooden CD hol- 



der manufacturer; and BHS. student 
Sasha Durant is president of SAS, a 
company which sells air freshener 
dolls. 

"This group of 70 students is very 
eagfcr and ambitious this year," said 
Ms. Eden. "1 am not entirely sure 
what to attribute that to, but I cer- 
tainly like to see it." 

Ms. Eden thinks some of the 
business-like attitude is because there 
are more returning Achievers, and 
the ofTice space donated by the Eddy 
Co. is now partitioned for each 
student company. 

Sacha Durant, 17, daughter of 
Michael and Ethel Durant of Bath- 
urst, is an example of a returning 
Achiever. The Grade 12 BHS student 
is in her second year with the prog- 
ram, and is now president of the SAS 
(Scents and Smells) company. 

"Junior Achievers teaches you a 
lot about business through working 
experience in a small company, and 



the advisors arc really fun — they try 
to make things easy on the members," 
Sasha said. 

Hor company has encountered 
some production difficulties. No 
craft suppliers in town are currently 
slocking the size of straw doll hat 
they need to make their product, so 
they may not have enough made for 
their Christmas orders — all part of 
the learning process of mnning your 
own company. 

Learning how to nin a small 
corporation is why 15 year-old Jes- 
sika Roach, daughter of Guy and 
Priscilla Roach of Bathurst, joined 
JA this year. 

"It gives us a chance to experience 
how small business works, and gives 
us the opportunity to do things on oar 
own." said Jessika, a Grade 10 ESN 
student who works for Energie JE. 
"Maybe someday I'll go into busi- 
ness myself." 



Bathurst JA expands to Peninsula 



The success of the Bathurst Junior 
Achievement Inc. chapter seems to 
be spreading throughout the region. 

For the past seven years, students 
have been learning how to set up and 
run a manufacturing company 
through the national teen entrepre- 
neurial program. 

They do everything from planning 
a product, producing it, and Hnally 
marketing it for a profiL The group 
has been such a success in recent 
years, it has expanded. 

This year, a JA group was started 
up in the Acadian Peninsula, with two 
companies being operated in both 
Tncadie and Caraquet. 

Jacques Dugas, a business profes- 
sional from the Acadian Peninsula, is 
overseeing the four companies. 



"The national office is reluctant to 
issue charters anymore, but the 
downshore group can operate under 
ours," said Donna Eden, executive 
director of the Bathurst J A group. 

The Acadian JA group is responsi- 
ble for its own fund-raising and 
administration. However, until it re- 
ceives a charter of its own, it must 
conduct all training and business 
information sessions for the students 
through the Bathurst group. 

"It's encouraging to see J A spread- 
ing through the region because if 
offers suidcnts a chance to learn 
valuable business skills," said Ms. 
Eden. 

Students participating in the region 
do get some help from the Bathurst- 



based board of directors, made up of 
business professionals from the reg- 
ion. This year's board is president 
Burton Poilras of NB Tel; vice- 
presidents Mike Caron of the Toronto 
Dominion Bank and Don Bishop of 
the Chaleur Regional Development 
Commission; treasurer Jaques Gro- 
slouis of Peat Marwick Thome; and 
secretary Rachel Kcrsys of the Bath- 
urst Chamber of Commerce. 

New board members this year 
include Lk)yd Boudreau, John Cark- 
ner, Richard Dawson, Jacques Du- 
gas, and Gerry Hudon. 

"It is really exiciting to sec so 
many new board members, and ones 
that are a lot more involved than in 
past years," said Ms. Eden. 




Grade 12 student Rachel Robichaud Geft) and Grade 10 student Jessika Roach are among the participants in the 
1992-92 Bathurst Junior Achievement program. Both girls are students at Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit and are with 
the JA company called Energie JE. 

(Northern Ughl Plwio) 




Federal employees pledge $12,797 to United Way 

Outstanding canvassers for the 1992 United Way Campaign at the Nicolas Denys federal building were honored 
with plaques on Dec. 17. Federal employees in the region pledged $1 2,797, reaching 91 per cent of their $ 14,000 goal. 
Pictured front row, left Rejcan Leblanc, Carmelle Frcneue, Marthe Lcgreslcy, and Jean-Guy Pitre. Back row, left: 
Glynn Mac Donald, United Way executive director; Delia Thiodeau, Jacques St-Onge, federal campaign chairperson; 
Pauline Chenard, Pauline Jessop, Margot Payne, federal campaign secretary, and Chariine Frenette, federal campaign 
treasurer. (Northern Light Photo) 

French municipalities meet 
to discuss amalgamation 



The New Brunswick French Mun- 
icipalities Association will be meet- 
ing Saturday at Best Western 
Danny's in Bercsford to discuss the 
province's possible amalgamation 
plans. 

"About 34 French municipalities 
from across the province will meet at 
9 a.m. on Saturday to look over the 
province's discussion paper on amal- 
gamation and to come up with a 
position on the paper," said Bercs- 
ford mayor Real Boudreau, who is 
also president of the association. He 



is referring to Minister of Municipali- 
ties, Culture and Housing Marcelle 
Mersereau's paper entitled Strength- 
ening Municipal Government in New 
Brunswick's Urban Centres. 

The paper was presented in the 
provincial legislature on Dec. 8 and is 
seen by many municipal leaders as 
the forerunner to a provincial plan to 
amalgamate municipal services in an 
effort to reduce costs. 

"In the morning, we will be meet- 
ing in groups made up of municipali- 
ties located in each of the four comers 



of the provmce, and discuss our 
regional positions, then in the after- 
noon, we will be debating what our 
position will be as a whole," said Mr. 
Boudreau. 

He said the association currently 
lakes the position the municipalities 
are not against amalgamation as 
long as it is a "voluntary" decision, 
and not "forced upon us." 

There will be a press conference 
held at 2:30 p.m. to announce the 
position reached by the association. 



Visiting hours cut at Chaleur Regional 



Visiting hours will be cut in half at 
the Chaleur Regional Hospital start- 
ing Monday. 

According to the new policy, visit- 
ing hours will now run from 2 p.m. to 
4 p.m., and again from 7 p.m. to 8:30 
p.m., which is a total of three and a 
half hours. Currently, visiting hours 
ar from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., which works 
out to seven hours. 

"This policy is being implemented 



in order to respect patient needs, and 
this will also allow the health care 
workers to provide appropriate care 
to the patients," said hospital spokes- 
person Leopold Poirier, in a recent 
release. 

The new regulation also restricts 
the number of visitors to two people 
at a time, and children under 12 years 
old are not allowed on the nursing 
units without special permission. 



They must also be accompanied by 
an adult on all allowed visits. 

Mr. Poirier said visiting hours 
could be different for certain units, 
and people should contact the hospi- 
tal or consult ads published in this 
newspaper for more information. 

"Visitors' cooperation is important 
in order that the staff can provide 
better care, thus allowing for a faster 
recovery for patients," he said. 



Fund set up for bum victims by firefighters 



The Chaleur Firefighters Associa- 
tion has established a fund for bum 
victims. 

The fund is designed to provide 
financial assistance to families of 
bum victims who need to be hospital- 
ized at a bum unit outside the region. 

Currently, the Chaleur Regional 
Hospital is unable to treat people who 
have been badly burned in a Ore, with 
more than 25 per cent of their body 
being burned. After being stabilized 
at the hospital, patients are trans- 
ferred to a unit in Saint John or 
Moncton. 

However, since February the Cha- 
leur Regional Hospital has been able 
to keep people with bums of 25 per 
cent or less of their body in two b«ls 



at the hospital. 

Before the bum victim fund was 
set up, family members would often 
have to pay to stay near where a loved 
one was being treated. 

Recently, the firefighters' associa- 
tion held a draw from 10,000 $1 
tickets at NB Power's third annual 



Fit-Nic in Chark) to raise money for 
the fund. After giving away a first 
prize of $1,000, a second prize of a 
weekend for four in Moncton and a 
third prize of S250, the association 
raised $2,125 in net profit for the 
fund. 

No requests for assistance have 
been made to the fund as yet 



BAYSIDE CHRYSLER DODGE 



Nigadoo 
to rezone 
to build 
subdivision 



A Nigadoo industrial zone which 
has not been used in 14 years is being 
rezoned for residential use. 

The municipally-owned industrial 
park, located north of Avenue du 
Moulin and west of the CN railway 
tracks, will be rezoned at a public 
hearing on Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. at the 
Nigadoo Municipal Building 

"I doubt there will be any written 
compbinls sent in on the rezoning 
plan," said Nigadoo municipal clerk 
Bill Lesvesque. "The industrial park 
was bought in 1978, and has never 
been used. Now with a new subdivi- 
sion being built right next to the 
industrial zone, we intend to rezone it 
residential and sell off the k)ts on the 
property ourselves." 

People who object to changing 
By-law No. 23-1984 can register 
written complaints with Mr. Les- 
vesque before Jan. 18. They can then 
defend or oppose any complaints at 
the public meeting that night. 

The municipality will use the mo- 
ney generated firom the sale of lots on 
the properiy in their operating 
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Canada 125 medals awarded 

Several local residents were rccenily presented with commemorative Canada 125 medals, for making significant 
contributions to the community. Some 40,000 Canadians have been presented with similar medals, struck in 
conjunction with the 125th anniversary of Canada. The medals were presented at Bathurst City Hall by 
Acadie-Bathurst MP Doug Young. Front from left arc Sister Germaine Leblanc, Anne-Marie Gammon and Jessica 
Ryan. Back from left arc Ian Oliver, Miximc Cormier, Ernie Smith, Hayden Haiheway, Dr. Edouard Eddie, Mr. 
Young and Colin Taylor. Missing from photo are Didier Chiasson, Roger Clinch, Rev. Thomas Drillen and Joe 
Hflchcv 

(Northern Light Photo) 



Decision on new shop 
for cops expected soon 



A decision on where the Bathurst 
Police Station will be located may be 
reached as soon as the end of this 
month. 

"We will be meeting with those 
parties concerned very shoftly to 
discuss nnoie details on a new sta- 
tion," said Chief Lk)yd Armstrong, 
adding, "After that next meeting, 
which will be sometime in early 
Janurary, we will have a better idea as 
to how we will proceed with the new 
kx:ation." 

In its 1993 budget, Bathurst coun- 
cil designated $120,000 for a new 
police facility. The current station is 
kx:aied in very cramped quarters in 
the basement of city hall. 

The slation houses 30 police offic- 



ers; fouf dispatchers and several 
secretaries. The facility has only a 
few small windows, poor lighting, 
and inferior air circulation. There are 
no facilities for an interview room, or 
a place to hold line-up 
identifications. 

There is also a need for more 
offices, a better jail area, and a larger 
storage and exhibit room for stolen or 
confiscated items. 

The decision is being made be- 
tween building a new facility or 
renovating an existing building. 
Chief Armstrong said in an earlier 
interview the final recommendation 
will be based on the most economical 
option, although council would need 
to ratify any decision. 




Literacy agenda 



John Carrington, president of Brunswick Mining and Smelling, was 
recently shown the agenda of the Community Academic Services Program by 
student (seated) Jeanne Doucet of Bathurst The program has recently 
received $3,000 in donations from BM&S to help upgrade the reading skills of 
local individuals. Some 16 students are taking part in (he program which is 
partly funded by the provincial Department of Income Assistance. The 
literacy program is meant to improved individual reading skills to a Grade 9 
level as a means for future employment. Also shown is program president 
Donna Craig-Gaudet of Bathurst 

(North«m Light Photo) 



//„ BE A UTY 
\,ui the LhASE 



1993 MMC Sonoma S-15 

'268.00 



48 months, all retMtes comtMoed 
Licence & Taxes extra. 



Per month 




CALL REJEANNE THOMAS, l.... manager 



BRUNSWICK 

PONTIAC DUICK CMC 



548-4491 

1945 MIramlchI Av«. 



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Upshore citizens receive Canada 125 medals 



Restigouche-Chaleur MP Guy Arscncault was at the Petit Rocher Municipal Building Dec. 17 to present seven 
Upshore residents with commemorative medals, struck in honor of the 125th anniversary of the Confederation of 
Canada. The medals were presented lo those who've made a significant contribution towards the well-being of fellow 
citizens, their community and their country. Seated from left are recipients Gilberte Pilre of Bercsford, Alexandrine 
Lagacd of Pointe Vene. and Ruth White of Bcresford. Back from left are Guy Arseneault; councillor Robert Duclos, 
representing the village of Petit Rocher; recipients Guy Parent of Pointe Verte, Pierre Godin of Petit Rocher, Euclidc 
Chiasson of Madran and Gerald Mallais of PeUt Rocher, Mayor Real Boudreau, representing the town of Bercsford; 
and Mayor Maxime Lejcune, representing the village of Pointe Verte. 

(Northorn Light Photo) 



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FLOOR LAMPS 

LiVINGROOM LAMPS 

BEDROOM LAMPS 

SWAG LAMPS 

WALL LAMPS 

LARGE MAGIC TOUCH LAMPS 

LAMP SHADES 

BRASS BEDS 

DAY BEDS WITH SPRINGS 

COFFEE & END TABLES 

MAGAZINE RACKS 

PLANTER STANDS 



FLOOR MIRRORS 
FLOWER VASES 
PLANT POTS 
VANITY SETS 
LOVE SEATS 
VANITY CHAIRS 
BED BENCH 
CANDLE HOLDERS 
NAPKIN RINGS 
GOBLET SETS 
HANGING PLANTERS 
FIGURINES 

(UNKOflN, DEER, HORSES, CATS) 



WALL ORNAMENTS 
PICTURE FRAMES 
DAY-BED COMFORTERS 

(10 DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM) 

BED COMFORTER SETS 
FIREPLACE 

ACCESSORIES 
SWITCH PLATES 
HEAT VENTS 
WALL HANGERS 
BATHROOM ACCES. 
CHANDELIERS 
WOODEN PICTURE FRAMES 



EVERYTHING MUST GO!! 



the Itovthcvn ttflitt 

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CARD OF THANKS 

LAVIGNE- The family of the 
late Angelina Lavlgne 
would Ilka to tfiank all reta- 
tivas, friends & neighbours 
lor flowers, masses, cards, 
donatk>ns to special chari- 
ties & gifts of food offered 
during our recent bereave- 
ment Special thianks to Dr. 
Eddie, Dr. Carson S Nurs- 
ing staff of 2nd floor West 
tor excellent care. Your 
kindness was greatly 
appracialed. 

POIRIER • We wish to 
thank all ttx>se who sup- 
ported us durlr>g our light 
against cancer and follow- 
ing the death o( Dorina 
Poirler on Oeoember 2l8t, 
1992 Wilmond, Yolande, 
Nicole and Jeannette wish 
to show our deepest 
appredatton. 

IN MEIiORIAM 

CHIASSON - In loving 
memory of Jerry, who 
passed away Jan. 11 1992. 

ThtriwatiieliKuU>taygt§Jhyt, 
Thi iaj yea wtiU uwtj; 
V»u bfi lu, ok u $mUiMlf 
Oiu ytar mgo Mkf. 
ToKlfkl Uu Hart an lUaiag 
Oa a laaify akat gran, 
Wkm ditfi ia inamUa tkmitr 
Oat M kni ki tmU aa( mm. 
// Inn tauU MU « Ikinif 
Aai knriackit part a law, 
Wi'tl walk Uu palk la tfitwa 
Aad kfiag jaa kaau afik. 
Always in our hearts. Dad, 
Mom, Lynn, Lilian A Shirley. 

BIRTHS 



CHILD CARE 



O Sun Life 



1212 ST. PETER AVE. 

(2nd lloor Qodki^ ElMrtc BuKUng) 

BATHURST 

546-2978 

Congratulations 

Noir U the time to start 
planning for your 
baby's ftituro. 
Call ua any' 
time to dia- 
cuaa addi- 
tional pro- 
taction, 
•avinga or 
an aduca' 
tion ftind. 



ire. 



FOURNIER-OOIRON Col- 
Inda Fourniar a Jaan-Luc 
Ooiron, Tracadia, Dae. 29. a 
gill. 

HANSON-GUIGNARO - Lynda 
Hanson & Gtrara Guignard, 
Baihurti, Oac 29, a giri. 
PAULIN-HACHE Vicky Paulin 
t Jadiy Hach«. PaquaMlia, 
0*0. 31, a girl 
DOUCET • Janita Doucat, 
Bathurtt, Jan. 1, a boy. 
DIONNE COMEAU - Lisa 
Dionna-Comaau t Denis Com- 
aau, Nigadoo, Oac. 30, a lx>y. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 



CONGRATULATIONS 

Wallar Charles Killoran, 
formar nawi raportar, on 
bahalt of the raiidanti of 
Wettinorland County, Ntm 
BrunMrick axtardt congra- 
tulationt to Mlu Jacqualin* 
Oavarannes and Mist Mary 
Connolly for Iha most i*- 
maikaljle and outilanding 
way thay operate and corv 
trol the soup kitchen for tt)e 
naad y . opan 5 days a week, 
Monaay until Fnday. The 
Wlcfian and dimng area is 
always spotless, ma hall is 
tocated in Moncton. 



SYMPATHY 
EXTENDED 

WMar Charles KMkxan for- 
mer new* reporter. Monc- 
ton, N B extends a most 
sincere message of sym- 
pathy to the Brown family of 
Ctialham, New Brunswick 
who suffered the tost of 
thair father Mr Barnard 
Brmm. age 73, a retired 
carpenter. Deep reapaci is 
forwarded to hit only 
daughter, Mrs Margaret 
Ann BlaWay. to his wife the 
lormar Clara Culligan and a 
first cousin Rot>erta 



waiter Chartet Killoran, 
rormer newt reporter, 
Moncton, N.B. extendt 
Congratulatkxit, Bast f\a- 
gardt and Best WIthat lo a 
vary dote friend Mitt 
Francet Talbot, Montreal, 
Quebec on the oocaiion of 
her 75th Birtfiday on Thurs- 
day. February 11, 1093. 
Mitt Talbot, a native of 
Bathurtt, N.B wtts edu- 
cated by the Rev Sittert of 
Charity. She tpeaki 
fluently in Englith and 
French and obtaini much 
knowledge in Latin Her first 
poaltkm was persor^ man- 
■e*r of Bathurtt Pulp and 
Pi^er at the age of taven 
lean. MIti Talbot moved » 
Montreal at the age of 29 
and was amployad a* gen- 
eral office manager in Ver- 
dun Court House. Verdun, 
Quebec unol her reorement 
at (he age of 68 years and 4 
months. A very attractive 
lady wWi paraonaMy pka 
and loved by al. 



J'ainf>erats garder des en- 
fants dans la region da 
Beresford. J'al aussi mon 
propre moyen de transport. 
542-1213. 

Will t>abysit chikjren in my 
own home (West Bathurst). 
Call 546 3769 



SERVICES 



AIDS 

Questions or Concerns? 

Call 

AIDS NEW BRUNSWICK 

at 1-800-561-4009 

(Votes and TIDO) 



HOCKEY BUS TOUR 
Buffalo VS Quebec, Jan. 
23/93 Ticket, motel, etc. . 
$155 Call 1-336-8009 
(Shippagan) 



FRENETTE 

SPORTSCARDS 

CARTES DE SPORTS 

Check our prices 

on sports and 

non-sportscards 

953 rue Principale 

Beresford 

546-9466 



M D 
PAWN SHOP 

.It (^bi.Ttvillo 

Sormany Ho.id 

ipi,'n Thuis Fri & S,ii 

10 .1 m to 10 p m 

V . Wdsnc. aiyor $?Ct 

i«e irti-jl lor cmip $ior 

lui'^ic*- lof ICC sti.ich $hI 

lin s.lw, alllTenl price 

wing m.ichine Witn c«lbi' ■ 

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SNOW 

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SERVICE 

Call Denis or 

Milch Dug u ay 

546-2317 



AUTOS FOR SALE 



BRUNSWICK 



COMPLETE 

SALES & LEASING 

OF 

CARS, TRUCKS & VANS 

1945 MIRAMICHI AVE. 
Bus: 547-3130 Res: 546-4724 



RON MELANSON 
SALES REP 



ARTiaES FOR SALE 

4 Gragar SST rims 15x8 
Very good condition Ask- 
ing price $500 obo Call 
542 9623 alter 5 pm 



1978 Impala, automatic, 
asking price $1,200. Call 
546-6873 

1981 Toyota Corolla, 
hatchback, S spd, da- 
maged left front. For repair 
or parts $225. Call 
5462185 after 5 pm. 

1084 Toyota Corolla SR5. 1 
owmar, excellent conditkjn. 
86,0O0KI^ Asking $2,800 
Call 548-2512. 

1986 Toyota Tercel, very 
good condition, no rust, 
motor A-1 condition, 
$3,500 neg. 546-4819 

AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 

1983 Ford Escort lor sale 
for parts Some new parts 
Call 783 2940 after 5 p.m. 

TRUCKS FOR SALE 

1986 Chev Blazer 4X4. full 
size, excellent condition. 
Asking $5,200. neg Call 
547-1083 

SNOWMOBILES FOR SALE 

"TO50 Motoski GPS 500, 
good condition Asking 
$950 Call 546-6209 

1991 Polaris Indy 500, like 
new condition. Low mi- 
leage 783-7377 

1980 Polaris Gemini 1 cy- 
linder $600 783-9087. 



LEASING 



ATV'S FOR SALE 



1985 Suzuki 250 4 wheeler 
with j«|werse Very good 
condiOon. $1,800. or will 
trade for speed boat. 
783-9087 

SERVICES 



AUTO 

LEASING 

Full line of new Chrysler 
products Immediate deliv- 
ery on most models Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
Individual needs Ouota- 
tkxis given on request 

PHONE OR VISIT 

BAYSIDE 

CHRYSLER DODGE L TD. 

St. Pater An. Ph. 546-6S0S 



AUTO 
LEASING 

1989 Honda Accord 
EXI, 35,000 km, fully 
loaded, like new On 
lease. I will pay you 
$2,000 cash and lease 
transfer cost to assume 
remainder of lease 
term Reason for sell- 
ing, car not needed 

1-237-2220 



TENDERS 




';r«/;„ 



TAN YOUR FUR 

Professional Service 

by 

B.J. FURS 

783-4860 



SELLING YOUR CAR? 

Put H In 

The Classifieds 




TAXI SERVICE 

BATHURST TO 

MONTREAL 

Info. & Reservation 

TAXI L.R. 

783-7470 or 1-514-351-5455 



MAINTENANCE PLUS INC. 



We do "ALMOST" anything 

CATERING ESPECIALLY TO SENIORS 

• Cleaning • Janitorial Duties • Basement Cleanup & 

• Organization • HOUSEHOLD RENOVATIONS 
ADDITIONS OR EXPANSIONS. PAINTING CAR- 
PENTRY, DRYWALL & PLASTER • YARD A LAWN 
MAINTENANCE A TREE TRIIVIMING. 



546-5599 



VOLKSWAGEN 



PARTS AND SERVICES 

GOLF. JETTA. FOX. AUDI 

General repairs, gas & diesel 

Business built on reputation 



H & R AUTO SERVICE 546-8701 
Nortfi Tetagouche 



PROVlf.i f f '.F'.V B" '.SWI'i, 
II :' .l-IMtf, • Of 

SUPPLY & SERvlCEf. 
NVITATION TO TENDER 



Scaltd tandar* will bi 
r*c*lv«d by th« Ocparlinent' 
of Supply aiKl S«rvlc«t until 
3 p.m.. Jan. 28. 1993, in 
Room 205. Second Floor, 
North Wing. Marysvlll* Placa, 
Fradarlcton, N.B., for tha fol- 
lowing proiact: 

PHASE II 
6C0LE ^l£MENTAIRE 
DE BATHURST OUEST 
BATHURST. N.B. 
VESaiO 
Plant, tpaclflcatlona, tandar 
documants arKl othar Infor- 
mation must ba oblainad 
from tha Cantral Ter>darlng 
Sactlon, Servicai Group. 
Dapartment of Supply and 
Sarvlcat. Room 205, Second 
Floor, North Wing, Marytvilla 
Placa, Fraderlcton. N.B., 
upon racalpt of a dapotit of 
S150 par sat (S50 non- 
rafundabla). (Tal: 453-270«). 
Tattdar documants have bean 
sent to tha Builderi Ex- 
changes at Fraderlcton, Saint 
John. Moncton. Edmund- 
aton, «t5 Main St. in 
Bathurtt. 370 William St. in 
Oalhoutia, 5450 Comwaillt 
St., Halifax. N.S., and 40 En- 
man Craa., Charlottetown. 
P.E.I. 

Sul>-trada tetvlert for the fol- 
lowing tradaa will cloae at tha 
Fraderlcton Bid Dapoiltory. 
Fraderlcton, at 3 p.m., Jan. 
26. 1993: 
Masonry 

Modified BitumlrKHit Roofir>g 
Electrical 
Plumbing 

Ventilation and Controlt 
Fire Protection 
General contractor's tendera 
mutt l>e accompanied l>y a 
bid t>ond in the amount of 10 
par cent (10H) of Ihe ten- 
dered quotation. 
Tha requirementt of tha 
Crown Conatruction Con- 
tracti Act apply. 
Tha lowett/higheat or any 
tender will not neceaaarily l>a 
accepted. 
MINISTER OF 
SUPPLY AND SERVICES 
HON. PAUL OUFFIE 
MINISTER OF EDUCATION 
PROVINCE OF 
NEW BRUNSWICK 



54( 



ART CLASSES 
and GALLERY 

Watercolours, drawings 
and drawing lessons 
Preschool to adult 
workshops Call; 
Jean-Frctrx^es at: 

546-5718 

Fax 548-3784 



Battery charger 8- 15" tires 
(4 on rims), good for 
spares Heavy duty trailer 
Call 548-2862 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths, $65 cord 
4 ft. lengths, $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 



1986 Canadiana 10-27 
snowblower. $400 
783-9087 



FOR SALE 

Back Rest Gas Rack 
for a snowmobile Ad 
lustable, greal cond 
tion Must be seen 
'.■18 0098 ,?ftfir 5 p ni 



Salt lish for sale. Call 
546-5886 



Fridge, stove, I. dryer, I. 
washer, 39 in. beds, cedar 
chest, VCR, dresser, apt sz 
washer & dryer. 548- 3028. 

WAWTED TO BUY 

Wanted to buy - Frkjge 
(almond color) Also 2 
39inch t}eds with firm mat- 
tresses, good condition. 
6-3630 



WANTED TO BUY 

Second hand skates 
Male/Fenuile/AII sizes 
Hockey Equipment 
Also sell skates 

546-6461 



PETS FOR SALE 



FOR SALE 

One black & white 
male Shih Tzu pup, 7 
weeks old, $175. 
Call: 

546-8516 



BIRTHDAY WISHES 



Look 
who was 

50 

January 1st 




Don Duguay 



LITTLE ADS 

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BIG RESULTS 

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LEGAL NOTICES 

IN THE COURT OF QUEEN-S 
BENCH OF NEW BRUNSWCK 
TniAL DIVISION B>U/1S1/02 

BETWEEN B«/1S1/« 

JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF BATHURST 
MTHE MATTERollh«Oi^«jngo< 
Til«« Ad, Cwmg Chiptw O 4 a< 
th« R«vw»() Suiulei ol Naw 
Brunmnidi. 1973. m timndad. 
- and - 

M THE MAHER ol th* ^)plkM- 
ton ol FRED KENNY and IRENE 
KENNV, Ixxh ol ttw Cly ol Baih- 
urtt, m Ih* County ol GlouCMIO 
and Provinca ol Nam Brunawick. 
(or a oanttcU* ol inia m raapacl to 
oanain landa and prwnaw tiiu- 
a*, lying and baing al Balhuitl. m 
Iha County ol Glouoaai*r and Pro- 
vlnca ol Naw Brunawk*. 
PUBUC NOTKE 
UNDER THE OMETINQ 
OF TITI.es ACT 
(FORM 708) 
TO WOM IT MAY CONCERN 

FRED KENNY and IRENE 
KENNY bolh ol tha Cty ol Bathurd. 
m ttia County ol Qkiucaatar and 
Provinca ol Naw Bnjntwldt, iMI 
mika an application balora Iha Coun 
al Bathurtt. Naw Bnjntwldi. on tha 
2Slh day ol January. A.D . 1M3. at 
Oh30 o'dod( in tha loranoon. for a 
oanlllcala that ihay ara iha ownari ol 
land k>catad in Bathurtt, In tha 
County ol GkHicatlaf and Provinca 
ol Naw Bruntmck. Iha lagaJ dtacilp- 
llon ol which land it tal oul In 
Schadula -A'. 

H any panon daima an inlartti In 
tucti land, or any part iharaol. h^tha 
mutt appaar al iha haanng ol Iha 
appllcaion a tha placa and tima 
tialad. athar In parton or by a Naw 
Bruntwldi lawyar acting on hit/har 
bahal 

Any parton who Intandt lo appear 

al Iha haaring ol tha appicailan and 

wahat 10 pratant avidanca to tup- 

pon ha/har petition mutt, no latar 

than Iha tSlh day ol January. 1003: 

a) lla a tiaamart d advarta 

claim, variliad by attidavit. 

logathar with a copy ol any do- 

cun^taiy avidanca. in Iha olfica 

d tha Claiti ol tha Judicial Oitihci 

d BahurtI al Iha addtatt ihown 

balow. and 

b| tanra a c«py tharaol on tha 

applcantt lawyar. Oanial J. Fra- 

nana, m 1 109 Si Palar Avanua, 

2nd Floor. Suta -C. Bathurtt. 

Naw Brunawkii. E2A 3A1 

Tha cWm ol any parton who doaa 

not lia and tarva an atfwrta dalm 

will ba b«rad »)d Ih* Vila ol tha 

applcaMt om bacom* atiaoluia. 

tubftcl only to: 

(a) ttia aioapliont and qualllca- 
liona mantlonad in tubaaclton 
18<1) ol Iha Ouiaiing ol Tllaa Acl^ 

(b) a Cartillcaia ol Pandmg Lltiga- 
1lan(Form42A|. daiad Sapttntiar 
2. 19S2 an) ragitlarad In tha 
Qlouoattar County Raglttry OKkja 
on SaplaiTtMr 3, 1992, In Book 
1407, a P^tt 441-442. M num- 
bai 240433. 

Advarta dalmanit ara advltad 
that: 

a) Ihay ara amniad to itaua docu- 
rrvnlt and pratam avidanca In tha 
procaading in Englith or Franch or 
both; 

b) tha applicanti inland to pnicaad 
1 tha Englith languaga; and 

c) an advarta claimant who r»- 
quirat iha tarvicat ol an intaipra- 
lt< a tha haanng mual to adviaa 
Iha CItiK upon lling an advarta 
daim. 

THIS NOTCE it tlgrwd and taa- 

lad lor tha Court d Ouaani Banch 

by R. Qragolra Boudraau. Claik at 

Iha Court «l Bathurtt, Naw Bnjnt- 

widi, on Iha iSlh day ol Oaoambar. 

*-0 ■ '•« Claik at tha Coun 

d Ouaani Banch 

d Naw Brunawldi 

R. GREQOIRE BOUOREAU 

P.O. BoK soot 

Bathurtt. N. B., E2A 3Z9 

SCHEOUlf -A~ 

Aa AND SINGUOn thai oanain 
lot, placa or paroal d land and 
pramiiat tluala lying and baing In 
tha Cly d Bathurtt. County d 
Glouotatar and Provinca d Naw 
Bnjnawidi. baing mora particularly 
dat c r t )ad at lotoum: 

BEGINNING a a point on tha 
nonh aattam boundary d Miramichi 
Avanua al a ditlanoa d 80960 
malraa Iram in inlartaction with tha 
north wattarn boundary d Packard 
Straal a cooidlnaat 922151 46S 
nonh and 3SM27.3S0 aatt. 

TVIENCE by tha N.B. grid ailmuth 
3 1 7 dtgraaa. 36 irtnulat 07 tacondt 
or tolawing tha nonh aattam bound- 
ary d MirairMii Avanua tor a dlt- 
tanoa d 3O.4S0 malrat lo ooordl- 
nalai 922173 973 north and 
366806 798 aatt 

THENCE 45 dagraaa. 58 minulat, 
08 laoondt kx a ditlanoa d 30 480 
malrat to oooidinala 922196.159 
nonh and 368828 7t2 a«il 

THENCE 137 dagraai. 36 ml. 
nutat. 07 taoondi lor a ditlanoa d 
30.480 malrat lo coordinaia 
822172.651 nonh and 366849 266 
aatt. 

THENCE 22S dagraat, 56 n- 
niMt. 08 lacondt lor a dittanoa d 
30.480 malraa k) tha plaoa d bagin 
ning. Tha whola aiiurvayad by J G 
Doucat. Naw Bruntwlck Land 
Survayor. and thown on plan datad 
7. 1»»2. 



LEGAL NOTICES 



NOTICE OF UORTGAOE SJkU 
TO: 0418W RB. UMTED. a body 
corporata. Mortgagor and 
JACQUES SAVCtE. and GILLES 
LJUaE. Guaranun 
AND TO: THE IMPERIAL UFE 
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CA- 
NADA, holdti d tha lacond mon- 
gaga. 

AND TO: CENTRAL GUARANTY 
TRUST COMPANY, holdar et tha 
third, lounh and tttth mongagat. 
AND TO: W.a DOUCET A " 
LTD.. a body cotporaa. Judgmani 
CradHor 

AND TO: BLANCHARO READY 
HX LTD.. a body corporaa. Judg- 
manl Craditor. 

AND TO: AIR STAT LTEE. a body 
coqx>tata. Judgrmnt Crtdiloc. 
AND TO: LEON CHOUMARD ET 
RLS aE LTEE. a body corporaa. 
Judgmant Craditor 
AND TO: ALL LESSEES o< tha 
pramtaa d 04)a«3 N& UMTED 
tiluals al Civic Not. 1120-1124 Si. 
Ptiart Avanua. n tha Oy ol Bath- 
urtt. Naw Bruntwick. 
AND TO: ALL OTHERS WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS dalaull haa baan 
mada in iria paymant d tha principal 
rmnayt and miaraat tacurad by a 
canam Mongaga ol Iha laiHlt and 
pramtaa tituaad a Cwc Nurrtian 
1 120-1 124 St Paiart Avanua. at tha 
CHy d Bathurtt. in tha County d 
Gloucatlar and Provinca ol Naw 
Bruntwick. daad Iha ah day ol 
Jui,a, 1989 mada balwaan 041662 
N.B. LIMITED. Mortgagor and THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA. Monga- 
g«a. and JACQUES SAVOIE and 
GILLES LAJOIE. Guarvlort. vd 
ragaiarad in tha Ollca d iha Ragi- 
tlrar d Daadi in and lor Iha County 
d Gtoucaatar on tha Ah day ol Juna. 
1989 m Book 1276 a paga 264 at 
Nurrtwr 203767. contrary lo Iha 
larmt Iharad: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha 
undar and by vnua d iha poiwar d 
tala conunad r tha a>o«a-r*c*ad 
Mongaga and at wal tha powar d 
tala contanad upon tha Mongagaa 
by Iha Propany Ad. baing ChapMi 
p. 19 d Iha Ravatd Staiutat ol Naw 
Bluntwidi. 1973. and amtndmanit 
tharaio. tha landt and pramltat 
datcribad in tha haralnbalora man- 
lonad Mongaga in lawour ol THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA and mora 
pvlicularty dauAwtfti SchMula 
-A' attachad haran and lorming pan 
d tha Indankjra w«l ba tdd a public 
aucton in or naar tha GkMJcaatar 
County Coun Houta. bang Civic 
Numbar 2S4 Si. Parick Straal. in tha 
Cty d Bathurtt. in tha County d 
Gkiucattar and Provmoa d Naw 
Bruntwick. on Friday, tha 22nd day 
d January. AD 1993 a 1 1 30 in tha 
loranoon, uniati Iha Mongaga prin- 
cipal and mtarati togaihar w«h tha 
cott d Ihaaa procaedlngt »a tounar 
paid 

For twmi and condltiont d tala 
contact Maatrt. Stawnn McKaNay 
Stirling Scatat. P.O Boi 20070, 644 
Mam Straal, Suta 601. Moncton. 
Naw Bnjntwidi. E 1 C 9M 1 . lolicitort 
lor Iha Mongiqaa. THE IMPERIAL 
LFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

Ouad a tha City ol Moncton. m 
tha County d Waatrmrland and 
Provinca d Naw Biunawidi Ih* 1S(h 
day d Oaoarrtiar. 1902. 

STEWART MCKELVEY 

STIRLING SCALES 

Sotdtora tor 

THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 

COMPANY OF CANADA 

SCHEDULE "A 

PARCEL 1 

AU AND SINGULAR that oartaun 
id. piaca or paroal d land and 
pramitta tluaa. lying and bang on 
Iha Eastady tida d St Paar Av 
anua. m Iha Cty d Bathurtt. in Iha 
County d Qkiuoaalar and Provinca 
d Naw Brunawldi. mora panicularly 
datcribad aa Idtowa; 

BEGINNING a a ttaal lunray poal 
tal a tha inlanactlon d tha aaatarn 
boundary d St Ptiart Avanua with 
tha Southam boundary d Richard 
Riou> pnipany, 

THENCE by Iha magnat d tha 
yaa 1972 on a courta t)a«nr>g S 73* 
41' 23* E or lolowing tha atoraman- 
tiorwd Souham boundary d Ri- 
chard Rlou> prO|iany lor a datanca 
d 242 8 laal to a tiaal lurvay poal. 
THENCE S 16' 34' 56- W tor a 
dittanoa d 57.4 laal to a tiaal turvay 
pott. 

THENCE S 22* Iff 24* W tor a 
dlttaioa d 20 laal to a titti turvay 
poal tal on tha Nonham boundary d 
Kaytlona LlrrMad propany, 

THENCE IdkxWig tamt on a 
couriabaaringN72'29 15* W tor a 
ditlanoa d 180 3 laat lo a ttaal 
tunray poat tat on tha Eaatarn 
boundary ol St. Palar Avanua. 

THENCE lolowing tama on a 
courta baartng N 23* OC W lor a 
ditlanoa d 95 laal to tha placa d 
t>aginning. 

AND containing 15.950 tquara 
laal Tha wima at turvayad by J.G 
Doucat. Naw Bruntwick Land 
Survayor and thown on Sunray Plan 
daad Dacarrtwr 12. 1973 B«ng al 
tha landt and pramitaa oonvayad to 
Mr*. Tharaaa Roy t>y daad Irom 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Rictiard Rioui and Evalyn Rioui 
dalad DacatrOar 1 0. 1 956 and ragit- 
larad May 12. 1959 aa Nuirtiar 348 
at Pagaa 328-329 in Vduma 148 d 
ttia Qlouoaalar County Raoordt 
PARCEL 2 

ALL AND SINGULAR thai canam 
lot. piaca or paroal d land and 
pramaat ttualo. lying and bang on 
tha Eatiafiy tda d St Paiar Av- 
anua. in Iha CHy d Bathurtt. in tha 
County d Qtouoatlar and Provinca 
of Naw Bruntwick. mora panicularly 
boundtd and datcribad at Idlowt: 

BEGINNING at Iha intartaction d 
tha Nonharn boundary d Nazaira 
Lana with tha Eaitarn boundary d 
St. Palar Avanua. 

THENCE by Iha magnat d tha 
yo« 1 966 on a courta baartng N 23 ' 
dagraat Off W or Idlowing >ia alora- 
mantonad Eatiern bounda^r of St. 
Pattr Avanua lor a dittanca d 103 
laat to Iha Southam boundary d 
A|yiaa Roy't prcpany 

THENCE tolo«iring tama on a 
courta baaring S 72' dagraat S4' E 
lor a attanca d 176 laa to tha 
Watlam boundary d Rodolpha Oo- 
din't proparty. 

THENCE lolowing tamt on a 
courta tiaanng S 16' da g raai 44' W 
lor a ditlanoa d 79 laal to tha 
Nonharn boundary d Nazairt Lana. 

THENCE lolowng tamt on a 
courta Oaaring N 72° dagraat 54' W 
lor a Oaianca d 1 10 laal to Iha placa 
ol baginning. 

SAME HAVING BEEN AP- 
PFtOVED by Iha Town Planning 
CommMion at win mora luly ap- 
paat on daad Numbar 1 8480 in Book 
261 d Iha Qloucaalar County Ra- 
cordt Oflica. 



NOTICE OF MORTaAOE SALE 
TO: LINDAL CONSTRUCTION 
LTEE, a body corporata. Mongaoor 
and JACQUES SAVOIE. Guarantor 
AND TO: FEDERAL BUSINESS 
DEVELOPMENT BANK, holdar d 
tha stcond and third mongagaa. 
AND TO: NATIONAL SANK OF 
CANADA holdar ol iha lounh mon- 

AND TO: CENTRAL GUARANTY 
TRUST COMPANY, hoWar d tha 
IHth mongaea. 

AND TO: ALL LESSEES d tha 
prwnliat d UNOAL CONSTRUC- 
TION LTEE tituata a Civk No 1 1 2 
Main Siraa. in iha C«y d BahuraL 
Ham BruntwKk. 

AND TO: ALL OTHERS WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS dalault hat baan 
mada m Iha paymant ol tha prirK (xal 
monayi and Intaraai aacurad by a 
oanain Mongaga d ttia landt and 
pramitat tiitMiad a Civic Numbar 
112 Main 9(ra«. in tha City ol 
Bathurtt. in iha County of Gloucaalar 
and Provinca d Naw Brunawich, 
dalad iha 27th day ol July. IMS 
mada balwaan LINDAL CON- 
STRUCTION LTEE. Mongagor and 
THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA Monga- 
gaa. and JACQUES SAVOIE. Guar- 
antor, and ragitlarad n tha Olfioa of 
tha Raghtrar d Oaadt n and lor tha 
CountydGtoucaitaontha IBihday 
d July. 1969 In Book 1289 a paga 
401 at NuntMT 205147. contrary to 
Iha tarrm Iharad: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
undar and by virtua d tha powar ol 
tala contanad In tha abovaradtad 
Mongaga arx) at wal tha powtr of 
taia comtrrad i4>oo tha Mongagaa 
by Iha Propany Act. baing Chaptar 
P- 1 9 d tha Ravitad Statulta d Naw 
Brunawick. 1973. and amandmanM 
tharato, tha landt and pramaaa 
itaa c iba d In ttia haralnbalort man. 
tlonad Mongaga m lavour d THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA and nrora 
panicjiarty daacnbad in Schadula 
'A' attachad haralo and lormmg pari 
d thit Indanlura wil ba aold a public 
auction in or naar ttia Gloucaalar 
County Coun Houta. baing Civic 
NurrtMi 254 St. Patrick Straal. in tha 
Cky d Bahura. In tha County ol 
Gloucatlar and Provinca d Naw 
Brunawick. on Friday, tha 22nd day 
d January. AD 1993 at llJlOintha 
loranoon. unlaaa ttia Mongaga prin- 
cipal and ntaraa togaihar w«h ttw 
ooat d thata prooaadlnga wa loonar 
paid 

For tarma and condliona d tala 
contact Maatrt Stawan McKaivay 
Stilling Scalaa. P.O Ba> 20070, 844 
Man Straal. Suta 601. Moncton. 
Naw Bnintwick. E 1C 9M 1 . tdiatart 
lor tha Mong4«aa. THE IMPERIAL 
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

Oalad a tha Cty d Moncton. in 
tha County ol Wattmorland aid 
Provinca d Naw Bruniwk:k thk 1 5th 
day d Dacarrtiar. 1992 

STEWART MCKELVEY 

STIRLING SCALES 

Solldion lor 

THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 

COMPANY OF CANADA 

SCHEDULE "A ' 

ALL AND SINGULAR that oanain 
H. piaca or parcal of land and 
pramltai tituata. lytig and baing on 
tha South Sida ol Main Straal.' In tha 
Town d Bathurtt. in tha County of 
Gloucattar and Provinca ol Naw 
Boinawick. boundad and datcribad 
at loltowt. 

BCQINNING a a pokn on tha 



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touth tida ol Matn Straal whara the 
waatarty tida una ol ianda lormarly 
ownad by Elian Wh<a mtartacti iha 
laid tlraai, Ihanca in a wttiariy 
d>action along tha touth aida Una of 
Man Straal lonylour laat; Ihanca t\ 
a toulharty diroction and M hghl 
angloa to tha aouth tWa In* ol Main 
Straal tntytavan (•?) laal: itianca 
aattarly and parallel to Iha touth tida 
lina ol Mai Straal lonylour (44) laat 
or lo tha waatarty iida lirte ol landt 
lorrrwrly ownad by Euan WhMa; 
thence in a northerly direcinn along 
Iha watiady i>t« Una ol the lata Elan 
Mhite'i property to Ihe touth uda 
Una ol Man Street tatyteyen laal to 
Iha plaoa ol t>eginning. 

AND HAVMG BEEN APPROVED 
lor ragittraion by J G Greanough. 
Davatapmant Otlcer lor Ihe Qty Of 
BahurtL on the 1 6lh day ol October. 
A.O.. 1973 at thown in a Dead to 
Mato Realty Ltd. . Irom Kenny Really 
Ltd.. dated ihe I2th day ol October. 
A.D.. 1973 an) ragitiared m iha 
RegMry Olfloe m and lor the County 
ol Gtoucetter on tha 22nd day of 
October. AD . 1973 aa NurrAer 
46484. ol Voluma 373. at Pagaa S40 
10 542. 

AND BEING the tame land and 
praniiaat at conveyed lo L indal Con- 
ttructior Liae Irom Linda Savoia by 
Deeddaiadihe23dayotJuna.A0 . . 
1978 and ragialarod m the Ragatry 
OMioe m and lor Ihe County of 
Qloucealar on the 27th day ol June. 
AD. 1978 aa NurTt>ar 91388. ol 

VolurTW M4. al Pagaa 13S to IIS. 



NOTICE OF MORTOAOE SALE 

TO; 
Vvelta Roy, owner ol ihe equty of 
redamplion and original Mortga- 
gor, aiban Pellaller, Quaranior 
and La Calaea Pepulaira da 
Rabaitvllle LMe, original mortga- 
gee, and lo Kenny Reedy Mi, 
lecond mongagea. AND TO ALL 
OTHERS TO WHOM IT MAY 
COI4CERN 

NOTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN tiat 
under and by wlue of a caitl*! 
Indenture tt Mongaga baarkig SM* 
Ua 2SMi day of July, tSMk «id 
ragaiarad m tha Office of ttie Rtgl- 
•trar of Deeda in and lor the County 
ol Oloucaater on the SOlh dey ef 
July. litS, at Number 1737M, in 
bocli l040,apaeatMloBemade 
battwan Vvatte Nay. aa Iwongagor. 
aiberi PelMler, aa Gueramor and 
LA CAMW rorULAMt OC 
ROWRfMLLE UMTB, li Mort- 
gagee, and undar and by vlttue ef the 
Property Act. R.S.N B. 1073. Chap. 
P 19. there wM lor the putpoia of 
obtaining paymant ol monlaa tac- 
urad by the taid kidantura ol Mort- 
gage, default hairing bean made in 
tha paymenl theieol. be tdd at 
public auaion at tha Qloucatter 
County Courthouae. Bathurtt. New 
BrunawicK. on Wadneedey, Ihe 
tOlh dey of Februcry, 19M, a the 
hour of 10:00 oclodi in the lora- 
noon. local lima, tha lolowing de- 
icrtoed landt and prenHaaa: 

ALL AND SI^ULAR that certain 

ei. place or parcal ol land and 

pramltea. tlluate. lying and being in 

Aldda Jean Roy Subdlvkion. Enan- 

lion 1. at Ncholat Danya. in the 

Pariah c^ Beraalord. n iha County of 

Gloucaalar and Province of New 

Bruntwidi. being mora panlculatly 

boundad and deeai>ed aa lolow a : 

BEGINMNO at a ttaal tunrey poal 

let at Iha Intaraaction ol tha louth- 

arn boundary of Nicholaa Oanyt 

Road wMi Ihe waalwn bourxlary of 

Lot as ol Aldde Jean Roy Subdivl- 

•lon. Eitantion t; 

THENCE by the New Bruntwick 

Grid Azmuth ISA'. 3V. 25" along 

the wealam txxjndary ol Lot as lor 

a distance of 201 70 metert to a 

Heel tunrey poat; 

THENCE 249*. 31'. 2S' lor a 

dittanca ol 54JS4 melert lo a 

Heel tuney^jcet; 

THENCE 339*. 31'. » along the 

tatlern boundary ol Lot (7 lor a 

(tittanca ol 201.170 melert lo a 

steel tunray poet set on the touth- 

wn boundary of Nicholaa Oanyt 

Road; 

THENCE «»-. 31 . 2S- atong tha 
louthem boundary of Nttotai 
Deny* Road lor a diatanoa of 
54.864 malera to the placa of 
BEGINMNQl 

AND BBNO Lot (8 ol AlcMa Jean 
Roy Subdhrklon Eitanalon 1 aa 
lurveyad by Alvin N. Doucel. 
NB L S . and thown on Subdivl- 
•lon Plan dated the itt day ol 
Oaaber. 1980. Surveyora Fie No. 
2AF- 1 04A: having bean tiled m the 
Raglatry Oflloa In wid lor the 
County ol Glouoaatai on tha 7lh 
day of October, 19S0. at Plan No. 
197. 

SAID Plan having been approved 
by the Developmen t Ofllcar tor the 
O aledune Planning DMrlct on Ihe 
7lh day ol October, laeo. aa 
thown on Ihe Subdivialon Plan. 
AND KiNQ fta tame landt aid 
pramiaat aa conveyed to Yvaile 
Roy from Roland PelMlar and 
Muriala Pallallar. hk wNe. by 

Deed dated the 22nd day of Janu- 
ary, laex and ragaterad in the 
Reglatry Ofllce in and lor the 
County ol Gtouceatar on the 28th 
day of January. 1983. aa Nurrtiar 
136434. ol Volume 822. at Pagaa 
34 to 3« 

AND HAVINQ been approved by 
Ihe Devalcpment Oflloer lor Ihe 



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deed. 

TOOE THE R W1 TH al the buMmg 
and Improvementa (lareon and the 
privlleget and appurtenancei 
thetafo belonging or m eny way 
1'||*'laatliii 

FunT>«R NOTCE a hereby gi- 
ven thai II a tufllolanl oflar of purch- 
aae a no) racetvad for Iha taM landt 
and prarrttet al ttia tad public 
auction the tame Mil ba wittidrawn 
from tald tale and wll be dapoaad of 
by prtvaM contract wlhout turthar 
notioa being given. 

DATED a Ihe City ol Bathurtt. in 
tha Provlnoa ol Naw Bruntwtc*. Ihb 
nth day af December, IMS. 

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TENDERS 



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C.P./P.O. Box 116 
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Sealed Tenders addressed to Louise Wafer, City 
Clerk, City Hall, P.O Box 116, Bathurst, N.B., and 
marked on envekjp Tender for PW 01-93 JANITOR- 
IAL SERVICES CITY HALL ANNEX OR PW 02-93 
JANITORIAL SERVICES NEPISIGUIT CENTEN- 
NIAL LIBRARY, will tie received until 2:00 p.m., 
January 19, 1993, at the Purchasing OapL 4th Laval 
in the Tender t>ox. tor the supply of JANITORIAL 
SERVICES AT THE ABOVE LOCATIONS, to the City 
of Bathurst Speafications and Tender docunients are 
available from the Purchasing Department at City Hall 
All inquiries related to this fender shall be made to 
Allan Branch, City of Bathurst, at (506) 548-0700. 

The knvsst or any tender not necessarily accepted 

ALLAN BRANCH 

DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING 



NOTICES 




CORRECTION 



In this wMk's "Sale* flyer, the following srrors 
occurrsd. 

Deal #301 - On Page 2. #57-0071-6, Hem 1 - 
Leather Nail Pouch. Copy reads: Sale $9.99. 
Save 47%. Shoukj have read: 1/2 price - Reg. 
$18.99, Sale $9.49. 

We regret any inconvenience we may have 
caused you. 




VILLAGE OF NIGADOO 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

(In conformity with section 68 o( Ihe Community 
Planning Act) 

The municipality of Nigadoo Inc has the intention of 
adoptng a tiylaw nxidifying the bylaw no. 23-1984 
entitled 'Arrets ayant trait k la revision du plan 
d'am^nagement munkapal de Nigadoo*. 

The purpose of ttte change to the municipal plan is 
to eliminate the industrial zor>e k>cated west of ttw 
railway and to change it into a resklential zone. 

The interested persons may consult this proposed 
by-law at &» office of tfie municipal clerk in the 
municipal building of Nigadoo, New BrunswKk. from 
8:30 to 17:00 hours during the workir)g days 

The written objectwns to that by-law will be studied 
at a publk; hearing which will take place at the 
munk;ipality hall of Nigadoo. New Brunswick, January 
18th 1993 at 19:00 hours All person who w»hes to 
defend or object to those written objections may do so 
at that meeting. 

The written objections will be received by Bill 
L^esque, nHinidpal clerk 

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL 
OF NIGAOOO INC. 
By: Bill L«ve«4|ue 
Municipal Ctark 




VILLAGE OF NIGADOO 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

(In conkxmity with section 66 of the Community 
Planning Act) 

The municipality of Nigadoo Inc has the intention of 
adoptng a by-law modifying his zoning by-taw no. 
23-1984 entitled 'Zoning By-law of Nigadoo of 1964- 

The purpose of adopting this zoning by-law is to 
allow property owners of Frenette Street to buikJ at a 
distance of 1 7 meters (55 ft) to 23 metres (75 ft) from 
the alignment Therefore, articles 11(1)aand 11(1)b 
will be modified for Frenette Street only 

The Interested persons may consult this proposed 
bylaw at the office of the monkapal clerk in the 
municipal buiWing of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, from 
8:30 to 17KK) hours during the working days 

The written objectk>ns to that by-law will be studied 
at a public hearing which will take place at tf>e 
municipality hall of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, January 
18th 1993 at 19:00 hours All person who wishes to 
defend or object to tfioso written objectwns may do so 
at that meeting. 

The written objections will be received by Bill 
L6vesque, municipal clerk 

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL 
OF NIGAOOO INC. 
By: Bill LtvaMiua 

Municipal Cteffc 



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Qualltts requlaaa: Une exp^ience de travail dans 
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Un poste de 30 heures par semaine 

A combM ti Bathurst 
Personne aura A travaier en itroito collaboration 
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nels Capacity d'animi un groupe. 

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Faire parvenir voire curhcukjm vitae avant le 12 
Janvier 1993 au: 

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C.P 1173 

Bathurst, N.B. E2A 4H9 

Alt: Rosemonde Guignard 



LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE 

JEROME-BOUDREAU 

DISTRICT SCOLAIRE NO 7 

BERESFORD. N.B. 

Egaitt* d'acc*s A I'emplol 

Homm* ou femme 

La Commission scolaire J4rdme-Boudreau re- 
cevra les offres de service pour le poste 
d'enseignement suivant: 

ECOLE LE OOMAINE ETUDIANT 

Un-e enteignant-e - en technologie Be et 9e 
ann6es 

QualltAs requises 

DEtenteur-d^tentrice d'un brevet 
d'enseignement de la province du Nouveau- 
Brunswick et une formation en technologie. 
Traltenwnt 

Selon le bar^me de la convention entre le 
Conseil de gestion et la FM^ration des enseig- 
nants du Nouveau-Brunswick. 
Entree en fonctlon 
- Janvier 1993 

Les candidat-e-s Int6ress6-e-s sont pri6-e-s de faire 
parvenir leur offre de service et un expos6 de carriire 
ddtaill4 au soussignA avant le 15 Janvier 1993. 

M. R. L Cormier 
Directeur gAn^ral 
District scolaire no 7 
C.P. 1000 
Beresford, NB, E06 1H0 



LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE 

JEROME-BOUDREAU 

DISTRICT SCOLAIRE NO 7 

BERESFORD. N.B. 

EgalH* d'accds d I'emplol 

Homme ou femme 

La CommiMlon scolaire >Mr6nie-Boudreau re- 
cevra les offres de service pour le poste 
d'enseignement suivant: 

ECOLE U OECOUVERTE DE ST-SAUVEUR 

Un-e enseignant-e - 2e ann^e - Poste k 
temps plein 

QualitAs requl««s 

D6tenteur-d6tentrlce d'un brevet 
d'ensei(^nement de la province du Nouveau- 
Brunswtck. 

EntrA* en fonctton 

- Janvier 1993 

Les candidates int*ressA-e-s sont priA-e-s da faire 
parvenir leur offre de service et un expos6 de carritre 
detail! A au soussignE avant le 15 Janvier 1993. 

M. Maurice Ooucel 
Directeur gftn^ral adjoint 
District scolaire no 7 
C.P. 1000 
Beresford. NB, BOB 1H0 



EMPLOYMENT 



AVIS EN VERTU 

DE LA LOI SUR 

L'AQUACULTURE 

Un avis public est donn^ par la presents i 
I'effet que G4rsrd Cormiar d« Baitrand a 
<Mpo«4 una damande aupr^ du Regi- 
(traira da I'aquaculture en vua da 
robtantion d'un bail pour la tit* 
d'Aquacultura lituA dans la Bala-da> 
Carsqual aux fins da euNura dao inol- 



li 

Le sita d'aquaculture propose est indiqu* 
lur le plan qui se trouve au bureau du ragi- 
straire de raquacultufe On paut te procurar 
det copies du plar d'am^nagement du tilt 
d'aquaculture en communiquant avac la 
Ragittraire '' I'Aquaculture ou avec la 
bureau regional du ministAre dei Pichas at 
da I'Aquaoultura de SMppagan au (806) 
33M771. 

Oiiconqua dttin affaduar das com- 
manteiraa au tnet de la pr«aenM damw)da 
DM le Wm an anvoyani un avis «orit au 
RsgisMte 4* rAquacuHura, Mnisitra da* 
Pkhat at da rAquacuiture. Case Postals 
6000, Fradaticten (Kkiuveau Brunswick) 
E38 5H1, (506) 453^2253 d'o la 1(Mma 
|our du mots da Jsnvltr de I'annAa 1903. 

R Russall Hanry 

La Raoittraire de I'AQuaoiltufa 



NOTICE 

UNDER THE 

AQUACULTURE ACT 

PubNc notice is hereby given that 
04rar4 Cormier of Bartrand has filed 
an application with the Registrar of 
Aquaculture to lease an Aquaculture 
Site in Caraqual Bay for the purpose 
of molluak cultura. 

The propoaed Aouaculture aite ia 
more particularly shown on a site 
Development Plan on file in the office 
of the Registrar of Aquaculture 
Copies of the propoaed Site Devetop- 
ment Plan Vnay be obtained by oorv 
tacting the Ragiafrar of Aquaculture at 
the Regional Offioa of the Department 
of Fisheries and Aquaculture in Ship- 
pagan at (506) 336-4771. 

Any persona wishing to comment 
on this appNcatkxi may do so by mak- 
ing a wrmn submiaaion to the Regi- 
atrar aH Aquaoultura. Departntent of 
Fiaherlea and Aquaculture, P O Box 
6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1 
(506) 453-22S3 on or before the 10th 
day of January 1903 

R Rusaell Henry 
Registrar of Aquaculture 




CASHIER WANTED 

Bathurst Irving Car 
Wash A Convenience 
Store is kwking to hire a 
part-time cashier. This 
)ob couW become per- 
marant 

Please apply in person 
Monday to ^riday, 9 
am to 5 p.m. at 35 St 
Pelar Ave. 



FULL TIME 

LooKing lor sitter for a 
13 month oW, in my 
home (Tremblay area). 
Must be a non-smoker, 
have own transporta- 
tton, be malue, have 
raferer)ces and be avail- 
able from Mon to Fri. 
from 7 am to 5:30pm. 
Salary to be discuaed. 
SeriouB inquiries only. 
For inlafview oal Char- 
lane after Tpjn. at 

783-2940. 



BARTENDING 
SERVICE 

Licensed axpananoad bar- 
tenders available lor any 
social function. CaH Bill: 
546-6898 



COMMEROAL FOR RENT 



COMMERCIAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
kx^ted at 216 Main 
Street, 259 King 
Ave., and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town core. 

Call Eddy Housing 

at 

546-6631 



HOUSES 
FOR RENT 

Rough Water Dr., 2 
suites, total rent 
$550./mo. plus utilities. 



3 bedroom/split level, 
on 3 acre lot, fridge & 
stove, new water condi- 
tioner, $450./mo. imme- 
diate occupancy. 

546-5868 



HOUSES FOR RENT 

2 Bedroom tiouse tor rent 
1201 King Ave Fridge, 
stove, cable, washer/dryer 
hook-up & mini blinds 
$450mo 547-0890 

3 Bedroon- house for rent, 
opposite of K Mart Call 
546-9120 between 9 am. -5 
p.m 

3 Bedroom ttouse in Niga- 
doo, $4257mo Call 
546-1196 



House lor rent, $550./nr)o , 
plus utilities. Available 
March 1st, call 547-1096 

Maison au oomplet A louer, 
$475. mo. Pas cttauftee ni 
eclairee, rue Bertin (Ste. 
Anne) 546-5227 

New 3 bedroom house for 
rent, $450./mo. Located in 
St. Anne's, call 548-2263 



FOR RENT 

NEW DUPLEX 

Located at 767 Vntoria 
St., 2 bdrms., living 
room, dining room; 
washer/dryer hook-up, 
60 X 100 lot, paved 
driveway, availat>le end 
of January. $400 ./mo 

Call 548-8490 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



REAL ESTATE 



Beresford, Mary Ave 
House for rent, must see 3 
l>edrooms with basement, 
wood stove, $400./mo Oil 
heating, (tenants fee). 
763-7722 



Beresford on the water, 
new 3 bdrm bungalow, 
fridge, stove & utilities Incl. 
In rent. No pels, damage 
deposit required, avail. 
Feb 1/93 Call 548-2209 
after 3 p.m 



Fully furnished 2 bedroom 
self contained unit. Elec. 
heat, 2 km from Belledune 
Power Plant. Call 
1-395-2321 or 1-305-3169 



Petit Rochar Center, on the 
t>each, mini tiome for rent, 
avail Immediately 
$420./mo. Call 783-7501 or 
763-8285 



BUSINESS FOR SALE 



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FRANCHISE BUSINESS 
FOR SALE 

Located in Chaleur Centre 
For information call: 

546-3450 or 546-6761 



BUYING! SELLING! RENTING! 

CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS 
CALL THE NORTHERN LIGHT 546-4491 



OWN A 
BEACH HOUSE FOR 

)3,000.doviml$420./fno. 

Cozy winterized A-trame si- 
tuated in Beresford on 75 ft 
beach lot Large deck over- 
looking bay, spiral stairway, 
fireplace, baby barn, boat 
ramp Call after 6 p.m 

542-2069 



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including: 

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• Two Service Bays. 

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• Great Sales Opportunities 

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If you are: 

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those involved with the local sports scene, and keeping on top of 
sports happenings in the Chaleur Region. 

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continue to bring you complete coverage of local sports events 
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APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



KENNY'S 



1 , 2 bedroom apartments & bachelor apart- 
ment for rent. Available immediately Located 
downtown. 

Call: 

546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

546-9315 or 546-8584 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 



cODv 



WrNTER 
SPECIAL 

FREE RENT 

for 1 month 

vvith 12 month lease 

DOWNTOWN - 1 4 2 
bdrm apts.. newly reno- 
vated with hardwood 
floors, new laundry fa- 
cilities, ample parking, 
fridge & stove, un- 
healed, damage depo- 
sit required ADULT 
BUILDING 

EDDY HOUSING LTD 
8:30 a.m. • 5 p.m 

546-6631 



2 bdrm upstairs aot. in 1 yr. 
old duplex. Bate Village 
Subs., fully or paitly furn- 
ished, snow removal ind , 
$500. /mo. (Partly furn- 
ished). Heat a lights not 
IncI , call 547-5699 or 
546-6495 

2 tiedroom apt , West Batfi- 
urst area Fridge & stove 
ind. $600. mo Heat & elec 
included 546-3769 

3 bedroom apt on River- 
side Drive Unfieated with 
fridge & stove Call 
546-4281 

3 bedroom apt for rent. 868 
St Pierre Crescent Snow 
removal, fridge & stove incl. 
$445./mth heat & elec , not 
included Also 1 bedroom 
aot $40S/mth 542-9303 

1, 2 a 3 bedroom apts in 
Bathurst Call 546-6568 or 
54e-5f«3 

1 & 2 Bedroom apts $295 
& $360 per month Stove & 
fridge incl. Private en- 
trance Elec. NOT ind. At 
Manor ParK, 546-4347 

1 & 2 Bedroom apts Fridge 
A stove Included. Un- 
healed. Riverside Drive. 
Call 546-4796 

1/2 Duplex, lower level, 2 
bedrooms, extra large 
rooms & windows, park & 
snow removal ind. Furn- 
ished or unfurnished. 
548-2479 aner 4:30 pm 

1 - 3 bedroom duplex, un- 
healed, $415 mo. For 
more information Call 
546-3170 

1 Bedroom apt. for rent, 
centrally located. Call 
546-9120 between 9 a m.-5 
p.m. 

1 Bedroom upstairs apt 
Fridge, stove, heat A elec. 
incl $330 /mo No pets 
please Call 5469979 

1 Bedroom basement apt 
lor rent in Parkwood 
Heights, $350 /mo Heat & 
elec. induded 546-5117 

1 bdrm apt., furnished, 
heated, adults only. Lo- 
cated at 188 Main St Call 
548-9742 

1 bdrm apts., furnished 
ck>se to K-Marl Rooms lor 
men, utilities & cat>le sup- 
plied. Call 5466656 

1 bdrm. apt , on St Peter 
Ave., furnished, hot water 
supplied, $335./mo.. un- 
healed 546-3492 

1 It 2 tidrm apts for rent 
Heat, elec , fridge A stove 
incl. 2 kx^lkms Call Louis 
at 5469621 

1 bdrm heated or unhealed 
apt , stove & fridge ind , no 
pets 261 St Patrk:k St, 
548-4604 or 546-1696 

1 bedroom apt with fridge & 
stove Unhealed Riverside 
Dr. 546-4281 

1 Second floor. 2 bed- 
rooms. St. Andrew Street 
$360./mo. All utilities incl 
No pets 546-4759 

2 Bdrm unhteated apt. 460 
RiversWe Dr. Parking A 
laundry facilities, adults 
only, no pets, 548-8307 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

555 Appleby Street 
1 bedroom, $400 /mo 
fieated or $335-010 

546-3170 



Apartment, $270., 1 bdrm., 
refrigerator A stove ind, 
845 St Peter Ave , Bath- 
urst, 546-5352 after 6 p.m 

Available now, furnished 2 
t>edroom basement apt. 
Heat, elec. A cable Incl. 
Ideal for working or student 
couple No children, no 
pets. $100./weeK, ck>se to 
CoBeqe 548-5893 

BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starling from $220,00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Westmount Apts. 
Bachelor Apts. only 

546-4360 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



120 Champlain, Petit Ro- 
cher, apt 2 chamtxes d 
coucher, pas chauff6 ni 
meubl6 $400/mo T4I 
783 3512 



2 Bedroom newly reno- 
vated. 665 King Ave. New 
fridge & stove incl Heal A 
lights NOT incl 548 9649 



2 Bedroom apt 935 King 
Ave FREE lor March 1st, 
unhealed & no elec 
$350/mo Call 783-2122 



2 bdrm. apt with bathroom, 
kitctien, living room, fridge, 
stove, heat & elec inci 
$450./mo . no pels Deposit 
required 540 Bridge St 
(East Bathurst) W.J. Cor- 
mier Ltd 546-2526 



2 Ixfrm apt , rue du Pare, 
Beresford. fridge A stove 
supplied, $325 /mo , un- 
healed 548 2527 



2 bdrm apt , St Anne 
Street, fridge, stove A hot 
water supplied, $355 /mo 
unhealed, call 548-2527 



2 bdrm. apt., stove A fridge 
ind., tiook-up lor washer A 
dryer, situated al 694 Ap- 
pleby St, no pels, adults 
only 546 5147, 548 4354 



2 Bedroom on main floor of 
2 storey house, located on 
Golf St $425 /mo. + heat, 
adults only, 546-4368 



2 Bedroom apt for rent 
Appt 2 chambre d coucher 
d louer, 548 9377 



2 bdrm. apt with bathroom, 
kitchen A living room 
together, fridge A stove, 
heal A elect supplied, 
$375 /mo. Nope's. Deposit 
required Locateil 2nd floor 
570 Bridge St, 546 2526 
W.J Cormier Co Ltd 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bdrm. grourxf level apt., 
caipeted throughout, 2 pic- 
ture windows, private en- 
trance, stove & Iridge ind., 
NOT healed, adults only. 

546-4381 



Bachelor apt and 1 A 2 
bedroom apts available for 
rent 548-8054 or 
548-2979. 



2 bachetor apt. fully furn- 
ished. Quiet location on 
King Ave., near post office 
Tub A shower. Hoi water 
provided. 546-6604 or 
5466430 after 5 pm 



REAL ESTATE 



PRIVATE SALE - MOVING - MUST SELL 

1270 Vlncenl Or. - Paifcweod 




Save by buying diraci from the owner. Live on main floor and 
have tt>e baiemani apartment pay expenses. 546-31 M 



W.int to gi.'l your 
rcMl ostati; carot.T off 
to ,1 SOLID STARTS 



THE PRUDENTIAL 
PREFERRED PROPERTIES 

II you have a desire to be thevery best you can be, come and 
experience working with a rock solid teami Call our office 
manager to discover the soW career opportunities 

ThePrudential^^jP^ Preferred Properties 

Caria Bouchard 547-8S44 

IndeperxJenHy Ovned and Operated member of The Pruden- 

lial Real Estate Alfiliales Inc. A subsidiary of: 

The Prudential Insurance Company of America 

2127S23 Nova Sooiia Llmrt«d («9*i«) 



IDJSCOMR TIE PRWTXnALAdi (Ullage 



Carta Bouchard 

OH: M7-IM4 



SlffTH OnVE ' Parkwood ' Large 4 bdrm 

lamdy home, lamly room m baserrwrt wiih 

wood slova. PRICED TO SELL • NOW 

EXCL. 

' I alM iiave hotrm witli meome in WW ■ 

priced K> Mi with graal rsnuJ ncoma ■ EXCL. 



Cel: MT-(7M 



ThePrudentialM^IJ^ preferred Properties 

ind«p«nd«nlly Ownad t OperiMd nwrrtMr ol The Prudential Real 
EtKle AttiKM Inc A lubeidlaiy o<: 

The Prudential Insurance Company of ArT>erica 
1120 Si. Panr Ave., Bahuni. N.B. 

21Z7fie3 Now* teett L«iHMd |af«nQ 



tu Prudential 2;W Preferred properties 

1120 SI Petei Ave, Bathurst, 547 8844 

Rock solid in K.vil (.'St.itt; 





Wendy Waye 
S47-8844 (Bus.) 
546-382S (Res.) 



lOaO Bryw Rd.. Bereeton) 

Talk *oui a bargain. 

Thie large txingalow w«h S«00 

irK30me per month, 

hae but in A()plianoea, Jacuzii 

and irvgrour>d pool. 

Call Wendy lor prrvae thonrtng. 



The Prudential Insurance Company of America 

217ra3NOM Imm LiMIM Ifgtng 




.USE FOR SALE 
Y OWNER 



845 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst 

Commercial Zone, lot 160" x 1000/2 

6 Units - Revenue $21,600. 

Asking $144,500. negotiable 

525 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst 

House, connpletely renovated 

Can be divided into two apartnnents 

2 electrical outlet 

2 hot water tanks 

2 bathrooms 

Asking $54,500. negotiable 

(506)546-5352 or (514)524-9276 

or (506) 546-6710 
ACCEPT ANY OFFER REASONABLE 




C DiscoviR nn PRrnrviTxi .t«f»mi/ji;<' 



COD STYLE ■ acroas from Tata- 
7gouche Falls. 4 bdrms., (replace in livino 
} room & dining area, sunroom, double car 
1 garage A much much won. MLS. 
.^MERCURY AVE. ■ Walarfront property 3 
^bdrms , Cape Cod, 2 yrs old, double car 
^1 garage. Iireplaoe, 0(* cuptxwrds. 2 1/2 
^i^balhs, (amly i sunroom. EXCL 
JjACOUES SmEET ■ Beraslord 3 
^bdrms . Cape Cod. 3 yit oM, eMin 
^Uchan, aapaiMa dining t den on main 
Anoor. 2 lull balha. Abowt ground pool 
^EXCL BEST WISHES Ffiq igea 

' ^ThePrudential C^|^ 



Kar«rrVl«nn«au ^ 
But: 547-M44 « 
Rm: S46-9S71 ^ 

Preferred Properiiesf 



Irioependenlly Owned t Oparacd mernber ol The Piudenilal Raafif 

Estate Altliunee Inc A sutMidlaiY d: A 

em The Prudential Insurance Company of America w, 

fL 1120 St. Peter Ave .^_Baihurst. N.B y\ 



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APARTMENTS FOR RENT 
Bachelor apt , centrally lo- 
cated next to Caisse Popu 
laire, Pebt Rocher Semi- 
furnished, $290/mo . Also 
spacious 2 bdrm apt, semi- 
lurnished, $375 /mo Avail 
able Jan 1st/93 783-3250 



Bacfielor apt for rent on 
Parkside Or Bathurst, 
$275/mo Call 548 9444 



Located in Beresford, 1 
txjrm apt , heated, stove & 
fridge incl, $400 /mo In 
Bathurst, bachelor, floated 
& furnished, non-smokers, 
$300 mo Security deposit 
required 546-6775 



BERESFORD Newly 
painted duplex tiasemenl 
apt 2 bedrooms -f 1 stor- 
age °aved driveway, pri- 
vate entrance Fridge & 
stove, washer /dryer hook- 
ups Utilities not incl $425 
mlh Aval now 546-3794 



Beresford - 1 bedroom apt 
with fridge & stove No pets 
Available end of Decem- 
ber 548-2374 or 546-9 127 



Beresford, lull 'basement, 
private entrance, 1 bed- 
room, fridge, stove & elec 
ind. $350./mo. 783-4917 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Large 1 and 2 bedroom 
apartments, available 
immediately in West 
Bathurst. Completely 
renovated, freshly 
painted, new flooring. 
Fridge & stove Included. 

Call 542-2074 
or 548-9187 



Petit Rocher- Clean & spa- 
dous 2 bdrm apt. Fridge & 
stove, good location, 
$340./mo. Avail Feb 1/93. 
Call 783-2747 or 546- 1302 



APT. FOR RENT 

Large 4 bdrm. apt., on 
Duke St. near Junksr 
High & College Fridge 
& stove ind., utilibes 
extra. $450./mo. 
546-6710 



For Fteni- All new bachetor, 
1 bedroom apt Elec , ighl, 
cable & phone incl 
$400 /mo Near hospital 
(Parkwood Heights area) 
Call 548-5214 after 6 p.m 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Large 2 bdrm. base- 
ment apt. at 727 Vic- 
toria St. Upstairs oc- 
cupied by elderly 
couple. Fridge & 
stove incl., $425./mo. 
Available Feb. 1st. 

546-9753 



Small 2 t>edroom apt avail 
able immediately. No pels 
$250.monlhly 546 9127 



A"i. rOR RENT 

2 bdrm b<isomi,nl apt . 
Parkwood Hghls Private 
drivt.'way. $350 mo plus 

jti !(.■'; Adj'!s c^y 

1 627 0110 or 548 2030 



For rent. 1 bedroom api. 
Availat>le now, centrally lo- 
cated in Beresford. 
$395/mo Does not indude 
heat & utilities For further 
information 542-9303. 

Furnished 1 bedroom 
t>asemenl apt Heat A elec 
ind. No children, no pets 
$340 /nx). Call 546-5801 

Half Duplex for rent, 560 
Hornibrook Crt $620 /mo 
Available Feb 1st, call 
548-4843 

Heated & furnished 2 bdrm. 
apt for rant, opposite Com- 
munity College, $470./mo. 
Call 546-1109 

Large 2 bedroom apt., 
dean A bright, centrally lo- 
cated at 285 St George 
Street. Frklge & stove ind 
SAOO./mo. Unhealed, avail 
Jan lsl/93 Call 546-5677 

Looking for girl to share a 2 
bedroom apartment. For 
more information call 
546-5576 

Looking for person to sfiare 
a 2 bedroom apt. In Beres- 
ford. Call 546-8284 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 

2 bedroom mobile homo 
with garage on K/lines Ra 
Fridge, stove & dryer incl . 
utilities not incl $300 /mo 
Call 548 9381 



New 2 t>edroom apt Beres- 
ford Center, avail Feb Isl, 
new fridge & stove ind 
$380 /mo Plus utilities 
Call 542-2176 or 542 9064 

PARKWOOD HEIGHTS 
Sous-sol, 2 chambres A 
couctier, non meubl6, en- 
tree el stalionnement 
privto. podle el frigidaire, 
hangar, n6cessaire pour la 
veuse et s^cheuse Pas 
d'anlmaux Couple sans 
enlanl $360 /mois Dis 
ponible le lier f^vrier Com 
posez 546-5341 apr^ 4 
heure 



PARKWOOD HEIGHTS - 2 
bedrooms, unfurnished, 
private entrance and park 
ing, shed, dryer and washer 
tiook-up, stove and fridge 
Basement No pels Couple 
without children 
$360/monthly Available on 
the Isl of February Call 
546-5341 after 4 pm 



Petit Ftocher, bachek>r apt, 
2nd floor, completely furn- 
ished, including heat & 
lights. $425 /mo 783-2613 



The Northern Light, Wed., Jan. 6, 1993- -9A 



OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 

OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office space in Key- 
stone Place. 270 Douglas 
Ave For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weekdays 



Robertville- Bachelor d 
k>uer. meubl6, chaufl6 & 
Eclair 6 $300 /mo 
783-3633 



Snuill 2 txjrm apt , on Van- 
ier Blvd extension Call 
5464327 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



Ftoom, females prelerred 
Downtown and near St Pe- 
ter Ave., For more into call 
after 6 p m 546-4296 



Room for rent. Beresford 
area, in large tHjngalow, 
facilities incl $55./week, 
call 546-6088 



Room Share rest of house 
with one other. $50 /wk 
Near Bathurst Mall Non 
Smoker 546^6759 



Rooms for rent, kitchen fa- 
cilities. Downtown A near 
N BCC Call Louis at 
546-9621 



Rooms near trade school 
with kithen & laundry ladli- 
lies 546-2887 



OFFICE SPACE 

865sq. ft. & 1250sq. 
ft. on King Ave., near 
Post Office, newly 
decorated. Recep- 
tion area & four of- 
fices. Excellent price. 

546-6604 or 
546-6430 



RETAIL & OFFICE 
SPACE 

Available on St Peter 
Ave , approx 900 sq ft 
on ground floor with a 
disp>lay window fronting 
St Peter Ave 
also 
Approx 1000 sq ft of- 
fice space, second 
fkxir Call Marc 

548-2273 

(evenings 546-2846) 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



Warehouse for rent in East 
Bathurst Apply at WJ 
Cormier Co Ltd 546-2526 



Reach someone with a 

NORTHERN UGHT 

CLASSIFIED AD 




FLEET 
REALTY 



LTD. 
548^)000 



Rolitn Sendn Mymt 

Hornibrook Boudrtw Aindi* 
S46-S868 ^-M» 783-t6« 
WEEKEND AGENT ALWAYS AVAILABLE 

203 FRANCINE ST. BERESFORD ■ Beaulilul home (MLS) 

CHAMBERLAIN SETTLEMENT - has basement suite 

(EXCL) 

145-155 UNION - Tri-Plex - Comer lot. Priced Right (MLS) 

JANEV1LLE - Side-SplilLevel ■ On teveral acres. (EXCL) 

MIDDLE RIVER - Mobile • Try $13.000 00 (EXCL) 



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CRAIG AVE. (OFF 
YOUGHALL DR.):4 bed- 
room honw on large lot. 
features 2-way fireplace, 
large sun deck Qutet and 
private Price in the 60's 
CUFTON: Waterside, 1 
acre lot, 3 t>ed rooms, ap- 
pliances lo remain. Pr- 
iced in the $30's Must 
sell 

SUNSET DR.: Executive 
home located on 2 5 
acres with 3 tiedrooms, 
large fireplace, oak floors, 
oak cuptx)ards with at- 
tacfied garage 
PAPINEAU LAKE: Fin 
ished with pine inside and 
cedar shingle outside. 2 
bedrooms, fully furnishied 
camp, landscaped lo the 
lake Very private Many 
extras (EXCL) 
ST. ANNE: Super starter 
home, (xiced in the 60's, 
two acres of lam' with this 
3 bdrm, large kitchen & 
living room with fireplace, 
large family room. Ap- 
pliances to remain. Pr- 
iced for quick sale. 
(EXCL) 



BARBARA GUGGENHEIMER AGENT, 546-4196 
BILL NOBLE HUGH CURRIE 

548-2808 546-9309 



S46-9913 
FAX 
&4$-6144 



NOTE: We have land of 
every description and 
many investment oppor- 
tunities tor your consider- 
ation 

RUE JEROME COM- 
EAU, PetilRocher, 2 
year oW modern f>ome on 
70X110 tot Quiet local 
Walking distance to 
beach (EXCL) 
HAY CRESC: 4 Bdrm 
bungalow on large tot 
Fireplace in living room 
for cozy family living. Pr- 
iced in the SOs (EXCL) 

N. TETAGOUCHE: Pri 
vate 23 aae, 4 large 
bedrooms, formal dining 
room, fireplace In living 
room, large family room, 
extra large coun^ style 
kitchen (EXCL) 

3 BEDROOM APT.- Mur 

ray Ave $350 /mo. 
NEW LISTINGS, BE- 
RESFORD - Kent Trailer 
Park, new mini home of- 
fers extra quality finest 
and is a great starter 
home many extras. 
$29,900 EXCL 



546-6800 

Immeuble LAN-DO Realty 



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NEW PRtci^aSoyMOY 
nnalnlalned 3 berm split 
entry kx:ated in a quiet 
S/D 2x6 const. 83x120 
tot. Only 3% yrs. old. 
Inferior oak Wm Askina 
S89.9CO.00 (951-7) MLS. 
OREAT milCEl • This 
BungokTw hca a tot to 
offer Quality Crofts- 
manshlp throughout, 
new carpet, hardwood 
in dinlna and 
LR. beautifully land- 
scaped $74,900 (983-16 
MLS 

RRST TIEM BUYERS 
OREAM...A Starter 
home already reno- 
vated kxotad In a pri- 
vate quiet area New 
vinyl siding, windows 
and some plumbing 
Beautiful side walk all 
around and torge erv 
trance areas. $45/XX) 
92-810-7 

SUZANNE 

LANTEIONE 

S4<-«175 



ASKING 4S,M>0 - Only 
3 yrs old this bungak>w 
otfen 3 tJOdrooms on 
main level ond sit on a 
fully landscaped lot 
Anxious to sell 
(1991■5.^3-4) MLS 
LOTS TO OFFER IN 
BELLEDUNE - 1 cor 
oarage, nardwood 
floors on m-iin level ex- 
cept bath and kifctien. 
paved diivewciy. cen- 
tral vaccum. land- 
scaped, 4 txlrm. and 
much more for only 
69,900 (944-16) MLS 
OREAT BUY -This 3 yrs 
otef nxiltl-level home lo- 
cated in Bella Vhfa S/D 
is only S89O0O. It fea- 
tures karge kitchen with 
potio door to deck. 4 
bedrooms, I'A bath 
and has groomed ksnd- 
scaping Call for corrv 
plete defais (657-4) 
KIMBERLY MONA 

CLARKE KELLY 

54»-2018 545-6484 



- 2 tidrm 
nroble In great condi- 
tion. Asking 12.500 
(970I5) EXCL. 
COMMERCIAL - 1 bun^ 
gak>w, 1 triplex- 1 com- 
mercai - 2 storage * 
garage 18x24. Great In- 
vestment Sl priced rigfil. 
(981-16) EXCL 
QRAND FALLS - Spa- 
cious tiome nrode of 
ksgs and cedar shingles 
located ctose to Nopisl- 
gult River and Skidoo 
todge Asking $79,900 
(907-4) MLS 

GREAT INCOME IN- 
VESTMENT • This SkJe 
by Side Duplex has 3 
spockxis txJrms. each 
fridge, stove included 
for both sKles Lots of 
room and storage Sried 
& garage remoke Nice 
tot size asking 55,000 
(907-7) 

GLENOA 

GOOIN 

548-9890 



1300 SI. Peter Ave. 1199 Si. Peter Ave 

Bathuret Mall Balhural 

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270 DOUGLAS AVE. 

OPEN HOUSE 



SUNDAY, JAR 10 

2-4 P.M. 

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BATHURST 




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A TOUCH Of CUkSS (MLS) - 
Tiiit lvg« execuiive rionv fea- 
tuTM lour todroome and haM 1 700 
sq n. ol living ipac* clOM to ail 
amwiiiM: A mutl K> SM. Your 
hotlatt . Norma Aub4. 
7B3 aSOOfMS 8866 



S^Trealty 

548-8866 




ALENANOER DR. (MLS) - Per 
l«ci home lo rasa a family. Spa- 
cious. clo«e 10 filiopping. school 
and church. Qui«t neighbourhood 
PrioK) in Iha 60's Call Pntcilla 
M6-2876 




BERESfORD {HIS) ■ This home 
has great poieniial Ifo income 
properly, compleleiy finished 
lower level can t>e rented easily to 
help pay for mongage. why not 
have a lock, cal Pf itclla M6-2876 



GORGEOUS MINI HOME, 

$41,000 - SOkIOO lol rented «l 
1 2i 00 monlhly Paved drheway • 
I2i24 deck, .garden shoJ.C Iy3 
years old Ihis 3 iMdroon hi ne it 
like new. Call Moira Boyle. 
S4«2273 



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DON T WAIT. CALL NOW 

(EXCL) - M you linger you could 
lose the deal o< a liieiinne Brand 
new hwne i year warranty on the 
College Hill. Call Mora Boyle and 
make an oiler. S46-2273 

BUILDING LOTS - NORTH TE- 
TAGOUCHE IMLS) - VVe have a 
large variety of approved building 
lots Can be bought wilh 20% 
down payment and easy motthiy 
payments Priced under 13.000 
Call Moira Boyle 646.2273 

t34,SOO (MLS) - WOWI WHAT A 
DEALI - Faatunng a view ol Vie 
bay, large woikthop. two bed 
rooms and totally renovated inside 
and out Call Norma Aub4 - 
783 8300 

LARGE DUPLEX (MLS) - Only 
one year old with 3 bedroom* up 
and 3 Ciedrooms down View of lti« 
Bay Very spacious rooms Call 
Nkxma Aub*. 783-B300 




McDonald S(. Bella Viela (MLS) - 
Thie spacious wel prired hone 
could be just wtial you are looking 
for . Nice oak ci4)board« plus mam 
floor laundry Call tiloira Boyle 
&46-2273'MS-a8e6 




WEST BATHURST (MLS) ■ Bright 
charming interior, vinyl extenor. 4 
bedroom. 2 baths, affordable 
price; or can be used as two 
bedroom apanmentt Large spa 
ciou* ksctien. plenty ol oak ca 
binels Call Flonne Rutledge. 
546-6717 




BERESFORD (MLS) - Trplei. 
3'1/i. oornpleieiy rented. Income 
1200./per momh. Call Ftorme Rut 
ledge S46.67I7 

LAND: NORTH TETAGOUCHE. 
MLS -48 acre*. ISacrewJearad. 
balance never cut. cedar grove 
Call Flonne Rutledge S46-6717 





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91 TREMBLAY RD. • Pent 
Rocher. Beauttful tiome com- 
pieteiy remvated teatunng 
new oak cupljoards. jen air- 
counier top stove, built m 
oven and dishwasher. Base- 
ment IS finish iwith large family 
room and t>ar All situated on 
extra large lot Excl 





282 YORK ST. - Bathurst. 
N 8 Two storey duplex with 
two bedroom on upper floor 
and three bedroom on Main 
Floor has good income and 
pnced to sell Call, today fro 
showing. MLS 

10 LINDSAY ST., BATH- 
URST - This 6-2 bedroom apt 

building IS in need ol repairs 
and painting Each apt has 
separate tieating system 2/, 
storey good solid brick build- 
ing has good investmem po- 
tential excl. 

920 SYCAMORE ST., BATH- 
URST - This spill entry home 
situated on large corner lot 
Feature eat-in kitchen and 
lormai dining room Your on 
features may be added to this 
home while construction it 
being earned by builder MLS 



1 190 RUE PRINCtPALE, BE- 
RESFORD - Two storey Cap 
Cod tiome features hardwood 
fkxys, fireplace m den with 
bar. This txyne must be seen. 
Priced in the 60'i lor quok 
sale MLS 

400 RUE PRINCIPALE - 
Pointe Verte two storey apt 
building in good condition is 
completely rented and fea- 
tures large spacious rooms 
Give us a call lor showino 
MIS 

Services Bilingues 

Qua 546-3864 Thareaa 546-3686 Phylll* 546-9640 

Alclde 546-3250 Maurice 783-3116 Luclen 542-2121 
DenI.e 546-1200 Karen 783-2059 Fenton 546-6279 

Ybu IB be glad you coied US fim, 

B^h'rN^;- 548-9821 



831 ST. PIERRE ORES. ■ 

Bereslord. This home si- 
tuated on a 90x 1 0Oloot tot has 
been renovated in past years 
Family room is linished base- 
ment Back yard has provale 
patio and kit is completely 
landscaped with paved drive- 
way 

While Subdivlalon, Rober- 
vllla - This side split home has 
brge rooms and well main- 
tained, leatunng central vac- 
uum system, oak cupboards, 
dishwasher. Close to all 
amenities in quiet neighbour- 
hood Excl 

LITTLE RIVER, BATHURST, 
MLS - Camp k>caMd on main 
sr^owmobile trail lo Nepisiguit 
Lodge is completely lurnished 
and ready to move m all you 
have 10 do is give us a call and 
we will be haippy lo show you 
the property. 



WEEKEND AGENT 
Fenlon 546-6279 



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ThePrudentialC^/jp^ Preferred Properties 
1120 St. Petei Ave., Bathurst, 547-8844 



VERY AFFORDABLE ■ 

No neighbours at back 
tor privacy and this 2 
bedroom Ixxne is only 1 
yr oW Only S59.000 
Coil Adrienne 

MIDDLE RIVER -3 bed- 
room nnobile home on a 
4 ft founckjfion on a 
kjrge kst Why poy rent 
when you con own lor 
as little as S37.SOO. Ad- 
rienne 

DUPLEX • Rent the 
basement and live up- 
stairs fro less ttv3n your 
rent Only 1'A yrs okl 
ftiis front spit IS finished in 
vinyl for oosy mainte- 
nance Adrienne 

BERESFORD ■ 2 quality 
built duplexs. 3 and 5 
years old impeccably 
maintained 2 bed- 
rooms down - 3 bed- 
rooms up Priced right 
MLS Franc Ince 

N. TETAGOUCHE - 

Lovely 2 bedroom 
house on I acre k>t Built 
in appliances Hard- 
wood fkaor 2 cor gor- 
age Compare at 
S62,900. MLS Francine 

13B RAYMOND AVE. - 

Sturdy and innpeccoble 
older hiome Walking 
distance to college and 
high sctxxjl You'll be 
innpressed by ttie inter- 
tor S49.5C0. EXCL Fran- 
cine 

IN A CLASS BY IT- 
SELFI - Executive 2-sto- 
rey near hospital fea- 
hjres 3 BRs. 2'A bottis. 
family room on moin 
fkxy, office, attoctied 
double car garage & 
rTxx;h nnore Carol (MLS) 



SOUTH TETA- 

GOUCHE - IV, storey 
txjme rests on I(X) acres 
with a 28x32' cedar 
todge & bam home has 
newly renovated 
kitchen wnth oak cup- 
boards, new (xxdwood 
floors & is freshly pointed 
inside. Conol (MLS) 

ST. ANNE STREET - 

Excellent building tot for 
duplex or single family 
dwelling witNn city Im- 
ils Ckjse to all ameni- 
ties Only 513.600 Carol 
(MLS) 

WATER VIEW - Choeit 
style, fire place, on viro- 
ter tot GotgecKB view. 
60's in city I'mlls EXCL 
Carta 

BEACH PROPERTY - 

Beach tx>me (or year 
round living, 2 patios. 
Cozy, an kJeal starter 
home 40'$ EXCL Carta 

COMMERCIAL PROP- 
ERTY • Prime Comnner- 
ctol tot on Tetogouche 
HII, high troffk: and visi- 
bility EXCL Carta 

BEACH FRONT PROP- 
ERTY - year round cot- 
tage. Carron Point. Pr- 
toed in Ifie 60's Coll 
Polly 

4 BEDROOM SPLIT 

ENTRY - Bndeau S/0 
Call Polly Move in con- 

ditkjn. 



Carta 548-4628 
Assoc. Manager 



3 BEDROOM % DU 
PLEX • Fenced year. 
family area. Coll Poly 

RIVERFRONT PROP- 
ERTY - 1 733 Riverbank 
Drive. A bedroom com- 
pletely renovated bun- 
gak>w. inskJe A out A 
must to see Priced to 
sell. MLS. Karen 

INCOME PROPERTIES 

• 2 tocalions Bathurst 
and Beresford One pr- 
toed int he 30's ottier in 
ttie 80's. Coll for more 
details Karen MLS 

COMMERCML - Any 

thing from 2.000 sq ft to 
6(X)0sq ft Located from 
East BAttxjrst to Beres- 
ford Call Karen 
546-9571 

ALUSON CR. - 2 storey 

home in prime kx:alton 
New windows. EBB hieot. 
hardwood ftaoring, fin- 
ished basement, prced 
in 80 s MLS Call Ntono 

YOUOHAL OR. - Water 
front property, 2 storey 
tome, targe rec room. 3 
car garoge. prtoed be- 
low appraisai. MLS. Coil 
Mono 

NLM LISTINQ - 2950 
Bridge St 3 yr. okil bun- 
gtaow. 2'A batlTs. main 
floor, family and laundry 
room, hardwood floors 
ond oak cupboards 
Excl Wendy 

INCOME BONUS - 5 

bdr txxne. easy to rent 
in prime tocation MLS 
Wendy 



Karen 546-9571 
Wendy 546-3825 

Mona 546-6742 

Carol 546-8094 
Adrienne 546-9376 
Francine 547-1094 

Polly 546-3121 
Sharon 548-3966 ^^___^___ 

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2 location* to SERVE YOU 

St. Peter Ave, & Chalaur Mall 

Call our Listing Hotline 

546-8451 



SATURDAY AGENT 

Kiiren 

5469571 

SUNDAY AGENT 

Adrienne 

5469376 



2127t3] Nova ScMli Umltod (Agvnl) 




OPEN HOUSE 



SUN., 2-4 



OAMEL DR. ■ For Sal* or 
Rent Fsalurn garage, m*ti- 
cuiously carsd br 3*1 iMd- 

room home with Ijuill-ins. 



Iiardwood floors. pat» doon. 
rec room, an extra large lot 
near the hospital Ho survey 
or appraisai required with 
$650 monthly payments, 
only $5,000. down lor quali- 
Red dients EXCL 




PETIT ROCHER - Bank 
owned property at only 
$42,900 Needs paini ar>d 
carpel You might quality for 
reduced down payment ifyou 
do the work on it. Call Sandra 
to enquire MLS 0538 



ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A 
NEAT large home on a pic- 
turesque river This cxoep- 
ttonaly cl*an bungalow is 
only $53,000 on th* Elmtr** 
nver MLS 




NEW! NEWI J '^T FOR 
YOUl • Squar*-k>g home on 
6H acre* - compact horn* 



MIS 



with attached garage - btm/ 
workshop Very dean En- 
dian ting scent ol cedar MLS 

SANDRA HEIDI CONRAD 
GIRARD TWEEDIE GALLANT 
546-4655 548-5150 7R3-1102 



Call for further 

detail* on rental* 

REMAX Rsalty SERVICE 

Immsuble* Inc. 

1426 St. P*l*r Ave. 

547-0007 




lOA— The Northern Lighu Wed.. Jan. 6. 1993 



■^ 




The reunion of the children of Wesley and Lucrecia Clark. From from left 
are Hugh McKay of Pittsneld, Me.; Mary Anne Hamilton, Woodstock; and 
Austin Jagoe. fomnerly of Clifton and now living in Saskatchewan. Back fiom 
left are Molly Smith, Bathunt; Earl Payne, Horcnceville; George Clark, 
Plorenceville; and Allison Monkhouse. Ontario. 

Local woman reunited 
with long-lost siblings 

Family reunites after 51 years 



(Edhot'a Norn: 77m toHowtng mUd* 
maa aubmhtad bf ana raaUant MoUy 
Ctaik. h originally appaarad In a Hart- 
land nawapapar laat yaar.) 

For the Tirst time in SI years, the 
children of the late Wesley and 
Lucrecia Clark of Mainstream were 
together. The reunid included area 
resident Molly Clark, and former 
Clifton resident Austin Jagoe. 

The last time the chikben of 
Wesley and Lucrecia Clark were 
together was at the New Brunswick 
Provincial Orphans Home as they 
waited to be adopted or taken into 
foster care. The fears and sadness of 
that day turned to joy and the feeling 
of a void being Tilled when they 
gathered last August for the Hrst time 
in 51 years. 

Raising a family in Mainsteam in 
the late 1930s wasn't an easy task, 
especially for Lucrecia (Poster) 
Clark after her husband Wesley 
passed away. After a few months, she 
gave the children up and they were 
taken to (he New Brunswick Provin- 
cial Orphans Home in LaiKasler. 

"I remember the day the car came 
to take us on our journey," said 
George Clark of Florcnceville, one of 
the seven brothers and sisters who, 
over the past SO yean, have worked 
hard to find their siblings. "It was a 
sad day. It was hard to leave Mom 
standing there as we drove off." 

The seven children — Allison, age 
12; Geage. 10. Joe, eight; Molly, 
seven; Earl, Tive; Fred, three; and 
Clayton, two — eventually went their 
separate ways. 

The three youngest were adopted; 
Earl went to Greenfield and became 
Earl Pajrne; Fred grew up in Clifton 
as Austin Jagoe; and Clayton, first 
went to St. George and later to Maine 
where he lived as Hugh McKay. 

The two girls, Allison and Molly, 
were sent to foster homes in the 
Debec area. Joe, a victim of polio, 
stayed at the Orphans Home and 
JSeorge went to Sussex. 
: Not long after being separated, the 
four older Clark children knew of 
each others whereabouts and kept in 
iouch by letter. The other three were a 
mystery for many, many years. 
■' The first one to find an adopted 
btMher was Molly who married in 
]957 and moved lo Bathurst one vear 
later. When she showed her hus- 
band's aunt a picture of her family, 
Fred was recognized as Austin Jagoe. 

"She told me he lives down at the 
end of the road," Molly remembers. 

Eventually, Austin became a Un- 
ited Church minister and Molly be- 
came acquainted with him through 
her hustand. It wasn't until years 
later, a short time after her husband 
passed away in 1976, that she ap- 
proached the revereiK] with the news. 

"I'll never forget the day Molly 
loM me," said Rev. Jagoe. "All I ever 
knew is that I was adopted, but I 
didn't know that 1 had any brothers or 
sisters." 

By the time, he had moved lo 
Saskatchewan and was home visit- 
ing. After conducting a church ser- 



vice that morning, he received a call 
from Molly who asked to see him. It 
was then that she told him who he 
was, and until the reunion in Bristol, 
none of the other family members 
had met him. 

Once Fred's whereabouts were 
established, only Earl and Clayton 
were left to find. 

People often joke that small-town 
folks know everything about every- 
body in their community, but in the 
case of George and Earl thai joke was 
far from the truth. For many years. 
Earl lived in Greenfiled and George 
lived in Florenceville, not knowing 
they were brothers. 

WORKED TOGETHER 

Their connection was discovered 
after ihey had been working together 
at Carieton Co-op. Many pieces of 
the puzzle were put together and after 
4S years of being separated, George 
told Earl about the background he 
never remembered having. 

By this time, Joe had passed away 
while living with his oldest sister 
Allison in Ontario. 

For the past six years, the Clark 
children have searched frantically for 
their youngest brother Clayton, 
knowing he wouldn't remember any- 
thing about his life with them. With 
the help of the Department of Health 
and Community Services and a k>t of 
speculation and searching, they 
found him this last spring living in 
Maine. Clayton's name was changed 
to Hugh McKay when he was 
adopted. 

The six siblings, along with their 
half-sister Mary Anne Hamilton of 
Woodstock, gathered at Camp 
Brookwood in Bristol in Saturday for 
a fabulous family reunion. (Their 
mother remarried and gave birth to 
Mary Anne and six years after giving 
up her children, she passed away.) 

Although Hugh (Clayton) was the 
last to be found, it was Austin (Fred) 
who wa.s meeting his family for the 
first time in SI years. Prior to the 
reunion, he had only met Molly. 
Also, it was the first time Hugh and 
Allison had met 

With their children and grandchil- 
dren gathered inside the dining hall, 
tears began to flow freely as each 
family member introduced them- 
selves. 

"There has been a lot of k)nely 
days and long nights," George told 
the family members present. "There 
has been a lot of tears shed and I'm 
glad we're together today." 

For Molly, the day also brought 
tears of joy. 'Today is something I 
can't describe," she said. "Now I feel 
complete in my life". 

The words of Rev. Jagoe (Fred) 
truly brought the family together. 

"Everything is much brighter now. 
I feel it was meant for us to happen 
now, instead of years ago. Fifty-one 
years ago a family was growing and 
struggling and suddenly they were 
shoved in different directions." he 
said. "I think it is time for the Claik 
family to reestablish the bond." 



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520 St. Peter Ave. 




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Sports Department 
'•• 547-8134 




Fire blamed on 
smoking in bed 



Bathurst Fire Chief Brian O'Neil 
said smoking in bed caused an early- 
moming fire at 203 Hillside Dr. 
Tuesday. 

"In one of ihe two apartments over 
Benin's Convenience store, a person 
fell asleep while smoking a cigarette 
in bed, which we believe caused the 
fire." said Chief O'Neil. "Luckily, no 
one was injured." 

He said there was mainly smoke 
damage, and charring in the apart- 
ment, but minimal harm done to the 
store downstairs and the other apart- 
ment upstairs. The call came into the 
fue station at S:32 a.m.. and firefigh- 
ters were on the scene shortlv after. 



'The matress and boxspring were 
burnt, but aside from that, most of the 
damage was done by smoke," said 
Chief O'Neil. 

Building owner Bruno Benin said 
he is relieved the downstairs conveni- 
ence store was not severely harmed 
by the fire. 

"There was hardly no damage 
done to the store at all. and knock on 
wood, we will be open as soon as we 
can." 

However, he said even though the 
store survived the fire, he "can't 
really afford this" right now. 

"I am just starting out, and this is 
not what I need. I am happy it wasn't 
worse." 




Crown still studying 
evidence in Doucet case, 
no word yet on charges 



Christmas in beaver colony 

Members of the 22nd East Bathurst Beavers recently held their Christmas 
pany in the basement of the Mount Carmel Church. Shown from left, making 
Christmas decorations, are R^ie Legacy. Marc-Andr6 Doucet, Andr6 
Landry. Jeremi Doucet and leader Gilles Doucet. 

(NorthM) Light Pholo) 



Bathurst Crown Prosecutor J. 
George Chiasson does not know yet 
when or if any charges will be laid in 
the Albenine (Tina) Doucet murder 
case. 

"I can't say when charges might be 
laid yet, but I am working at it as hard 
and fast as I can." said Mr. Chiasson, 
adding, "I am not sitting on it, that's 
for sure." 

Mr. Chiasson said one reason for 
the delay is the time-consuming 
suidy of the evidence presented by 
Baihunt police. 

"It is a complicated enough case, 
and it takes careful review." he said 
Tuesday. 

Chief Lloyd Armstrong of the 
Bathurst police said he does not 



expect any further devek>pments ir. 
the case for about a month. 

"These things lake time, and I 
don't anticipate any action for 
aiKXher month or two." he said. 

Albenine (Tina) Doucet was 
stabbed to death on June 12 in a 
trailer at 546 Kent Ave. More than 
200 exhibits were taken from the 
crime scene and then sent to five 
forensic labs across the country. The 
evidence was returned in December, 
and then passed on to the Crovm 
Prosecutor's office. 

Mr. Chiasson is now determining 
if there is enough evidence lo press 
charges against the lone suspect in 
the case — a man who was at the 
trailer when police arrived on the 
scene. 



Don't forget to bring 
your tree for mulching! 



It will be an environmentally- 
green finish for the Chrisunas season 
on Saturday, thanks to Ihe second 
annual tree mulch. 

From 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., ok! trees 
will be chipped into mulch in the 
SupemuU paiking kx. This chipped 
muk;h will then be used on the 
walking trails at Daly Point Reserve 
and on kKal crt>ss -country ski trails. 

Bathurst residents interested in 
tating advantage of this servk% can 
drop off their old Christmas trees in a 
designated area near the Kman store 



in the Supermall parking lot 

Previously, many communities 
held an annual Christmas tree bon- 
fire. However, mulching is replacing 
the burning of old trees because it is 
less damaging to the environment. 
The smoke from wood fires has a 
negative impact on the ozone layer. 
A citizens' committee comprised 
of Don Bishop and Pat Mcrsereau, in 
conjunction widi the City of Bathurst 
and wid) the suppon of the local Boy 
ScouU and the Bathurst Rotary Club, 
is organizing the mukh. 



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contributed to the drive of goods to fill three Christmas Stockings val- 
ued at $1,550. 

The draw was held December 20 during the children's Christmas 
party. 

The first prize valued at $657.61 plus 2 turkeys, was won by Gene- 
vieve Guitard of Pointe-Verte. 

The second prize valued at $497.05 plus a Turkey, was won by 
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SPORTS 



The Norihcm Lij?hi, Wed., Jan. 6, 1993— IB 




Skaters seek berth 
in national event 



Laughlin and Sabrina Scolt are as 
ready as they'll ever be to earn a trip 
to the Canadian Figure Skating 
Championships. 

Crowned provincial Novice Dance 
champions at the Sectionals, held late 
November in Nashwaaksis. the 
brother/sister combination has been 
practising Five to six times a week to 
prepare for the Atlantic Divisionals. 

The top four Hnishers at the Allan- 
tics earn a spot in the Canadian 
Figure Skating Championships, 



slated for February in Hamilton, Ont. 
The Atlahtics begin Thursday in St. 
John's, Nfld., culminating in the 
medal presentations Sunday. 

Laughlin and Sabrina believe 
they're ready to crack the top four; 
maybe bring home a medal. 

"We really think we could," said 
Sabrina, 1 5, two years younger than 
her brother. "But it's hard to say." 

She said the competition varies 
quite extensively from year to year, 
but is always tough. 



The Scotls missed one previous 
shot at making the national competi- 
tion. Last year they Hnished sixth, 
after sitting in fourth place following 
the Hrst round. 

Their practice sessions this winter 
have been split between Balhurst — 
their home — and Chatham — their 
coach's home. The dance pair is 
coached by Stephanie Waters. 

Laughlin and Sabrina are the child- 
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Scott of 
Miramichi Road in BathursL 



Ladies city dart league 
crowns regular season champ 



Fbumier Van and Storage and the 
Union Centre have Tinished First and 
second respectively in the Bathurst 
Ladies City Dart League, following 
completion of the regular season 
schedule last week. 

Foumier Van won the pennant 
relatively easily with 385 points, 
although the race for second was 
anything but an easy victory for the 
Union Cenffe. They fmished with 
368 points, two ahead of Elhatton's. 
Rounding out the eight-team league 
standings were the Penguin Panthers, 
361; the Penguin Swingers, 357; the 
Union Centre Phantoms, .''02; the 
Right Spot, 277; and the Penguin 
Sports, 272. 

Fbumier Van and Storage clinched 
the championship with a 24-24 tie 
with the Union Centre Phantoms. 
The only member of the winning 
team boasting a top round was Joanne 
Duguay. who tossed a 118. 



Replying for the Phantoms were 
Pearl Doucet, 126 and a 146 start: 
Jennifer Russell, 140 and 113; Janice 
Noel, 140; Susan Caissie, 134; Karen 
Russell, 97 Hnish; and Rachelle Me- 
lanson, 92 start 

The Union Centre jumped past 
Elhatton's to take second place 
thanks to a 31-17 victory over the 
Penguin Sports. Leading the winners 
in scoring were sisters Dottie Drys- 
dale and Elaine Furlotte. Drysdale 
tossed a perfect 180 and added a pair 
of 92 starts, with Furlotte matching 
her sister's top score. Other top 
scorers included Jessie Lavigne, 129 
finish; and Dora MacKenzie, 92 start. 

Leading the Penguin Sports were 
Emilienne Arsenault, 140; Lucy 
Chamberlain, 128 and a 100 start; 
Christine Pitre, 120 and 116; and 
Diane DeGrace, 91 start. 

Elhatton's, meanwhile, beat the 
Right Spot 27-21, with high marks 



for the winners thrown by Theresa 
Chamberlain, 125; Simonne Howell, 

121 and a 97 start; Julie Melanson, 
119; and Georgina Doucet, 96 start. 
Replying for the Right Spot were 
Lillian Gray, 133; Gloria Russell, 
125, two 121s and a 110 start; Rita 
Lomas, 122; Mary Conohan, 115; 
and Florence McLean, 114. 

The Pengiiin Panthers defeated the 
Penguin Swingers 25-23 in the Final 
match. Leading the Panthers scoring 
machine were Yvetlc Lavigne, 156; 
Bcmice Biseau, two 140s, 134 and 
132; Linda Anderson, 135 and starts 
of 115 and 101; Cecilia Foumier, 
133; and Joyce Couture, 92 start. 

Top rounds by the Swingers were 
from the hands of Isabelle Aubie, 
138; Connie Piue, 137 and 123; 
Grace Pitre, 133; Susan Ziegler, 125 
and 123; Hazel Legacy, 121; and 
Lorraine Aubie, 114. 



Get ready to Curl for Heart! 



The immensely-popular Curl for 
Heart fund-raising bonspiel is slated 
for Jan. 30 at the Bathurst Curling 
Club. 

Raising almost 514,000 in its First 
two years, the bonspiel is one of the 
leading fund-raising activities of the 
Heart and Stroke Foundation of New 
Brunswick. The purpose of this event 



is to raise funds for continuing 
research and education against car- 
diovascular disease. 

Organizers Andy and Claire Wilt 
are hoping for a huge amount of 
teams this year. 

"But what we're not doing is 
pushing for a speciFic amount of 
money," Andy Wih said. 



Last year's event drew 20 teams 
and raised $6,034 for the charity. 
Thirty teams registered in 1991, with 
$7,800 raised. 

Those interested in participating 
need only conuct the Wilts at 
548-8232 to register their team and 
collect their pledge sheets. 

Teams register Jan. 29 




Laughlin and Sabrina Scou of Bathurst, practising at the Bathurst Arena recently in preparation for the Atlantic 
Divisionals Figure skating competition. (Northern Light Photo) 




Close battles in South 
Teteagouche darts 



You're not likely to see more 
light-scoring matches than those 
played in the South Teteagouche 
Mixed Dart League last week. 

Teams led by Robert Payne and 
Alphee Roy played to an 18-18 tic, 
while Roger Pilre's team defeated 
B.J. Foods 19-17. 

Leading Alphee Roy's team in the 
Ftfst match were Elmer Pitre, 180, 
140 and a 100 start; and Betty White, 
180. 

Carole Roy led Payne's team with 
a 140. 



Leading Roger Pitre 's team to 
victory were Mike Calnan, 140 and a 
152 start; Roland Gionet, 140 and a 
102 finish; and Cathy Gionet. 105 
start. 

Tops among BJ. Foods' scorers 
were Don Roy, two 140s; Susan 
McKinnon, 130 and 120; and Tim 
Garrett, starts of 108, 108 and 103. 



Standings 

Roger Pitre 
Alphee Roy 
Robert Payne 
B.J. Foods 



Pts 

142 
129 
129 
IW 



Kings fall to Moncton 



The Moncton Speedy Auto Glass 
R^ers defeated the Gloucester Kings 
this weekend on a visit to the Bathurst 
Arena. 

Saturday's game ended 4-1 in 
favor of the HubCity team, which sits 
in the middle of the New Brunswick 
AAA Midget Hockey League stand- 
ings after 20 games. 



Scoring for the Kings was Mark 
Deveaux. 


Standings 


W L T F A 


P 


Fredericion 
Miramichi 
Moncton 
Saint John 
Gk)ucester 


18 1 154 70 

11 10 119 100 

10 9 1 105 89 

7 13 2 94 138 

4 17 1 92 157 


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BHS SPORTS REPORT 



School sports teams 
prepare for second half 



By KEITH WATSON 
Student corrtspondent 

As far as the Bathurst High School 
sports scene goes, it has been a quiet 
couple of weeks. 

The boys AAA basketball team 
had more scheduling problems due to 
the weather, but still managed to play 
two games over the holidays. Unfor- 
tunately for the Phantoms, they came 
away empty-handed in both efforts. 

On Dec. 29, BHS went on the road 
to take on Sussex High School and 
tost by a score of 62-49. F ithurst 
High is now 1-1 in regular season 
play versus Sussex. 

David Ellis led the Phantoms with 
13 points, while Robbie Mean 
chipped in with II. Ren6 Dugas 
pulled down six rebounds. 

The following day, Dec. 30, Bath- 
urst played host to Sugarloaf High 
School of Campbellton. They again 



came up short in this game, losing by 
a score of 73-66. 

Janson Somers and Jamie Knowles 
led the Phantoms with 1 2 points each, 
while Dugas scored 10 and grabbed 
nine rebounds. 

On Jan. 2, BHS was scheduled to 
host Miramichi Valley High School, 
but the game was cancelled due to the 
road conditions. 

The Phantoms travel south to take 
on Chatham's James M. Hill High 
School today Wednesday. Tomorrow 
they travel to St. Stephen for a 
three-day toumamenL 

The Bayside Phantom Pepsis 
hockey team was on the ice for the 
Hrst time in three weeks when they 
faced off against Caraquet on the 
road Tuesday. ResulU of the North- 
em Conference High School Hockey 
League game were unavailable at 
press time. 



104 
87 
61 
72 
64 
45 
64 



32 
67 



Bathurst High's next game is at 
home on Jan. 15, when they clash 
with Dalhousie's Aux-Quatres- 
Vents High School. 
SUadln* W L T F A P 

Caraquet H 

Shipp«t 1 f 

ESN 6 

Mhoiuic Hi(h S 
BHS < 

Dd. Aux-4-Venu 4 
Treodie 4 

CanipbeUtcn 2 

(*)-T«Hn wtiich lotci 
thooloul recdvM one point. 

To|^ wconn 

Maiio Gionet, Cm. 
Michel Doiron, Cua. 
Joel Thibuult. Camp. 
Alain Altxrt. Can. 
Dcnii Foumier, ESN 
Dave Brown, Ship. 
Jonathan Qinch, BHS 
duiitian Hachi. Ti»c. 
David Hadicy, BHS 
Charlei Heinstein, Dal. 

















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Crozier rink wins zone title 



The past year was a successful one 
at the Bathurst CurDng Club, and we 
hope to continue that success in 1993. 

The Pepsi Junior Zones was held in 
Dalhousie over the weekend, with the 
winning team hailing from Bathurst. 
Members were Jeff Crozier, Tommy 
Sullivan, Mark Crozier and Stephen 
Lavigne. 

The boys advance to the Pepsi 
Junior Provincials, scheduled for 
Feb. 12 and 13 in Dalhousie. It would 
be nice if we could get some mem- 
bers out on these days to suppon our 
future curlers. 

The regular Saturday suppers be- 
gin this weekend at the club. Come 
out and give your wife a break. Bring 
along a friend; everyone's welcome. 
Saturday's supper will consist of 
ham, scalloped potatoes and assorted 



Wick 'n 
RoU 

By LEO RYAN 
BMlwrM CurNng Club 




Have a good week. 
Got any curling news? Call Leo 
at 548-3168. 



desserts. The cost is $7 for adults and 
$4 for children, so let's nuke it a 
family gathering. 

The annual Curl for Heart Bons- 
piel is slated for Jan. 30 at the 
Bathurst Curling Club. Please check 
the club bulletin board for more 
information on helping us raise funds 
for this very woithy cause. 

Don't forget to bring your sales 
slips in to Lillian, as many useful 
items will be purchased with the 
proceeds. 



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Not going anywhere 



Bathurst High School graduates, from left, Tom LagacA (1980), Chris Fisher (1986), and Ivan ^rnith (1972) were 
among those taking part in Friday's annual BHS alumni basketball game. 

(Northarn Light Photo) 



Savoie leads Peewee 
league in scoring 



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Jeannot Savoie leads all scorers in 
the New Brunswick AAA Peewee 
Hockey League. 

The Chaleur McNuggcis' sniper 
has 1 S goals and 1 5 assists, good for 
30 points and a one-point lead over 
Brent Parker of Restigouche. 

Teammate Ricky Doucet sits alone 
in fifth place with 21 points, through 
a league-leading 16 goals and five 
helpers. 

Craig Branch is Chaleur's final 
contribution to the top- 10 scorers list. 
He sits in ninth place with 17 points, 
based on five goals and 12 assists. 

Savoie's totals include two goal^ 
scored in a 6-4 loss to the Resti- 
gouche Red Wings Dec. 30, played in 
Campbellton. Ricky Doucet and 
Martin Pard scored the rest. 



Louis Breau, Acad. 12 

Frankic Palles, Mir. 13 

Eric Roy, Chaleur 10 

Paul Poirier. Moncton 9 

Guy Maltais. Rest 5 

Jason Moores, Rest. 10 

Dan Cuiry. Moncton 9 

Maurice Maillet, Kent 9 

Andr^ LeBlanc. Chaleur 8 

Hans Anderson, Mir. 4 

AAA BANTAM 



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4 14 



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Standings W L T F 



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5 
4 
7 
4 
3 
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2 
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1 8 3 
11 1 



Moncton 
Restigouche 
Acadian Pen. 
West Kent 
Chaleur 
Frederic ton 
Ken. Valley 
Port City 
Miramichi 
Oromocio 

Top scorers 

Jeanot Savoie, Chaleur 
Brent Parker. Rest. 
Luke Belts, Moncton 
Brendon Oreto. Fred. 
Ricky Doucet. Chaleur 
Brad Bums. Port City 
Tommy Levesque, Rest. 
Dominic Beaudin, Acad. 
Craig Branch, Chaleur 
Dominic Noel. Acad. 



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59 59 

49 42 

71 62 

47 25 

27 22 

45 63 

43 71 

16 75 



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17 

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14 

12 

12 

7 

5 

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29 
22 
22 
21 
19 
18 
17 
17 
17 



The Chaleur AAA Bantam 
McNuggets, meanwhile, performed 
admirably in the annual Saint John 
Invitational Bantam Hockey Tourna- 
ment, played over the holidays. 

The McNuggets made the semi- 
finals thanks to a 2-2 won-lost record 
in the round-robin portion of the 
tournament, which featured five 
AAA Bantam teams. They lost lo 
Quispamsis and Saint John, but re- 
bounded to defeated Oromocto and 
O'Lcary, Prince Edward Island. 

The tables turned in the semi-final, 
where it was Chaleur's turn to taste 
victory in a game with Quispamsis. 

The McNuggets won the contest 
4-3, but not before a goal by Jean- 
Marc Daigle with only three seconds 
remaining on the ckx;k forced an 
overtime session. Three overtime 
periods later, Kevin DeGrace scored 
to give the McNuggets a berth in the 
final. 

O'Leary, P.E.I, then showed its 
teeth and sent the McNuggets to a 6-2 
loss, reversing the preliminary round 
results. 

The McNuggets take part in the 
Miramichi Salmon Festival Bantam 
Hockey Tournament this weekend in 
Newcastle. 



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Deer harvest 
extremely low 
in this region 



The Northern Light, Wed.. Jan. 6. 1993— 3B 



It's out with the old year and in 
with the new. But before you look 
forward to what the great outdoors 
has to offer in 1993, this is a good 
time to reflect on activities during the 
past year. 

Preliminary Hgures released by the 
Department of Natural Resources 
and Energy show that 11,332 deer 
were harvested this past year in New 
Brunswick — 846 less than the 1991 
hunt 

There was also a 12 per cent 
reduction in the number of applica- 
tions for the 1992 Antlerless Deer 
Permit Draw. 

The following are regional figures 
showing the deer harvest in New 
Brunswick during the past three 
years: 

-BATHURST: 215 (1990); 112 
(1991); 71 (1992). 
-NEWCASTLE: 778 (1990); 683 
(1991); 617 (1992). 
-HAMPTON: 4.885 (1990); 5.653 
(1991); 5.582 (1992). 
-KINGSCLEAR: 3.893 (1990); 
4.183 (1991); 4.051 (1992). 
-EDMUNDSTON: 1.647 (1990); 
1.494 (1991); 946 (1992). 
-BOW HUNTING: 24 (1990); 64 



(1991); 65 (1992). 

The grand total of the 1992 hunt 
stands at 11,332, compared with 
12,178 in 1991, and 1 1,442 in 1990. 

DNRE biologists and wildlife 
managers are concerned with the 
decline in deer populations in north- 
em New Brunswick. A bucks-only 
season was in effect again this year in 
northerr areas. 

The New Brunswick Deer Recov- 
ery Team is continuing to examine 
problems faced by deer in northern 
parts of the province. They expect to 
announce new management strate- 
gies that will hopefully have a posi- 
tive impact on deer herds. The recov- 
ery team includes representatives of 
the New Brunswick Wildlife Federa- 
tion, a native participant, and DNRE 
biologists. 

A total of 17,000 New Brunswick 
hunters received deer-hunting ques- 
tionnaires recently. Those who re- 
ceived the survey are asked to Till in 
the answers and return it to the DNRE 
as soon as possible. Data obtained 
from the questionnaires is important 
for wildlife managers in planning for 
the 1993 deer hunting season. 



Atom hockey player 
strikes for five goals 



Pierre Napert-Frenette was at it 
again this weekend. 

The Baihurst Minor Hockey Asso- 
ciation's most proiiflc scorer potted 
five goals for the Bathurst Atom A 
team Saturday in an 8-5 win over 
Bercsford. The game was a regular 
season encounter in the North Shore 
Atom A Hockey League. 

Also scoring for the local side were 
Nicolas Sexton, with two goals; and 
Joel Albert, with one. 

However, the Bathurst Atoms did 
not fare as well in the Petit Rocher 
Atom/Pcewee Hockey Tournament, 
flnishing out of the playoff round 
with a 1-2 won-lost slate. 

Bathurst lost its first game 7-0 to 
Campbellion. 

The second game saw Petit Rocher 
hand Bathurst a 4-2 loss, with Adam 
Chamberlain and Eric Roy scoring. 
, The Atoni^ >KQP, their QxU game of , 
tlje tournament against Beresford, a , 
5-3 victory. Scoring for Bathurst ' 
vicn Pierre Napert-Frenette, with 
two, Guy Napert-Frenette. Philippe 



Arseneau and Jacques Roy. 

'The boys played well, but we 
were a litUe bit short-handed," ex- 
plained coach Brian Chamberlain. 

FEEWEE A 

The Baihurst Peewee A Mighty 
Ducks were involved in the same 
tournament. 

The Mighty Ducks finished with a 
1-2 won-lost record, failing to qualify 
for the playoffs. 

They lost their first game 4-0 to St. 
Isidore, then beat Belledune 4-2. The 
Mighty Ducks fell to Charlo 3-0 in 
the third game. 

Charlo went on to win the 
tournament 

"The boys played well; we didn't 

score, that's all," coach Claude 
Stcver said. "We didn't finish our 
^jijffs around the oet,*^ . . 
^Thc Mighty Ducks' next game is 
^day morning at the Bathurst 
Arena, where they play Beresford 
beginning at II a.m. 



Third straight defence 
of city bowling trophy 



The Chaleur Lanes Phantoms 
made another successful defence of 
the City Challenge Cup bowling 
trophy Monday nighL 

The Phantoms beat the Bathurst 
Capitols by 49 pins — 1,798 to 1,749 
— to defend the trophy for the third 
straight time. 

The Bathurst Challengers had held 
the trophy from early September until 
late December, when the Phantoms 
managed to win it away. 

Leading the Phantoms to victory 
Monday was Mike Vienneau, who 
rolled singles of 147. 1 12 and 1 16 for 
a 375 total. Other membere of the 



winning team and their scores were: 
George Parirer. 109. 148 and 108 = 
365; Joe Pa ilin. 144. 122 and 102 = 
364; Jean-Marc Lavigne. 116. 121 
and 105 = 342; Reggie Thibodeau. 
126 and 120 = 246; and Daniel 
Basque. 102. 

Joe Myers led the Capitols through 
singles of 140. 1 16 and 1 16. good hx 
a 372 triple. Other members of the 
Capitols and their scores were: 
Lionel (Wabo) Pilre. 127. 110 and 
124 = 362; Tony Undry. 130. 101 
and 128 = 359; Pat McGinnis. 110, 
122 and 113 = 345; and Lionel 
Couture. 95. Ill and 106 » 312. 



BATHURST MINOR HOCKEY'S 



Players of the Week 




Alain LcGrcsky 

Alain is a first-year dcfcnccman 
With the Bathurst Atom A team, a 
member of die North Shore Atom 
A Hodkey League. 

He most ei^ys tbe social aspect 
<rf playing minor hodc^. How- 
ever, wfien not playing tot coach 
Brian Chamberlain, he takes pan in 
other sporting activities. Others to 
his liking inchide shooting targets 
with his pellet gun. or playing 
tMUebttll soccer or badcctball. 

His hobby is playing video 

Alain is in Grade 6 student at 
ijkdy Pamily Elementary School. 
He is the ll-yearold son of Gary 
«od Manon LeGresley of Bathurst 



Jeff MtKDonald 

Thiftccn-ycar-old Jeff MacDo- 
nald is the player of the week for 
the Bathurst Peewee A team, 
which toils in the North Sh(M« 
Peewee A Hockey League. 

Coach Claude Sievo- said Jeff li 
one of his sttxinger {^ayen. atid is 
not easy to remove when parked fai 
front of the net. He also possesses 
one of the team's heavier shots. 
This years marks his second on the 
team, for whidi he plays night 
wing. 

CHher spoits to his liking include 
baseball and basketball. Playing 
Nintendo is one of his hobbiet. 

Jeff is a Grade 8 student at 
Superior Junior High School, and 
the son of Ralph and Candine 
MacDonald of Bathurst 




Missed scoring opportunity 



OkMicester Kings' Joel Levesque (Wack jersey) headed for the open net Saturday against the Monclon Speedy Auto Glass Flyers in a New Brunswick AAA 
Midget Hockey League game. Levesque failed to score on the opportunity, and the Flyers went on to win the contest 4-1. 

(Northern Ughl Ptwlo) 

Aces, Underdogs breaking away in darts 



The Balhuret Men's City Dart 
League was not a place fw the 
squeamish last week. 

High rounds and lopsided scores 
were in great abundance, widi most 
of die top teams emerging victorious. 

The Genuine Aces routed the 
Darty Dozen 56-16 ina bauleof Wild 
Goose-sponsored learns. Leading die 
Aces to victory were Mike Calnan, 
six 140s and a pair of 112 starts; 
Carson Pitre. diree 140s and a 108 
start; Claude Godin, diree 140s; Greg 
Lomas. 140. two 120 starts and a 106 
finish; Brian Noel and Dave Melan- 
son, 140 and a 1(X) start; and Guy 
French. Ron Vienneau and Elmer 
Pitre. 140. 

Replying for die barty Dozen were 
Charlie Day. 180; Greg Murphy. 160 



and a 1 10 start; Jean-Claude Pitre. 
three 140s; Ernest Ramsay. 140 and a 
100 start Doug Hicks and Blair 
Jones. 140; and Dan Conohan. 1(X) 
sun. 

The Penguin Spoilers beat Legion 
Labatts 52-20. High rounds for die 
victors were by Lawrence Roy, 140 
and a 100 start; John Sivret 140; 
Raymond Lemarec, 120 start; Roger 
Arseneau, 116 st^; and Claude 
Boucher, 115 sian. 

Tossing high ones for die Legion 
were Edward Noel. 140 and a 130 
Stan; Hubert Jagoe and Joe Maillet 
140; and Everett Melanson. 120 start. 

The Union Centre Bulls had dieir 
way with die Right Spot Generals, to 
the Uine of a 49-23 score. Pacing die 
Bulls' attack were Greg Albert 180, 



Visiting teams claim 
majority of titles 



They came, diey skated, Uiey con- 
quered local teams. 

Teams hailing from outside die 
Chaleur region cleaned up in the 
week-long Petit Rocher Atom/ 
Peewee Hockey Tournament which 
wrapped up diis weekend. In fact 
four of the Ave tides went to outside 
teams, with three of the Ave finalists 
hailing from outside as well. 

Winning the Atom A title in the 
24-team tournament was Campbell- 
Ion, by virtue of an 8-5 victory over 
Charlo. 

Elaie St Anne won the Atom B 
championship with a 6-3 win over 
Newcasde. 

The Atom C division saw local 
teams involved, with Belledune dc- 

IN THE ALLEYS 



feating Beresford 7-4. Scoring for 
Belledune were Luc Gaudiier and 
Kahley Flanagan, widi two goals 
each, while Ryan McDougall. Jacob 
Doyle and Jamie Guitard added one 
apiece. 

Replying for Beresford were Jean- 
Michel Boudreau. with two. Alexan- 
dre Maltais and Michel Laroque. 

Charlo beat Dalhousie 2-1 in 
double-overtime to claim die Peewee 
A tide. 

St. Arthur easily handled the Bath- 
urst Bears 8-2 to take the Peewee B 
crown. Scoring for Bathurst were 
Keidi Godin and Larry Rollins. 

Sponsoring the tournament played 
at die Pedt Rocher Arena, were Pizza 
Terrasse. Roy Consultants and Coca 
Cola. 



diree 140s and a 100 start Andr6 
Chambertain. 180 and stans of 112 
and 107; Leo Legacy. 147. 140 and a 
103 start; Tom Albert diree 140s and 
starts of 120. 105 and two 100$; 
Armand Pitre. diree 140s and a 120 
start; Edward Caissie. two 140s; and 
Bill Pilre. 140 and starts of 105. 101 
and 100. 

Kolin Muprhy led die Generals 
widi a 154. while Eric Bass and Steve 
Hebert chipped in widi 100 starts. 

Elsewhere, Elhauon's Underdogs 
beat die Union Centre Mooscheads 
46-26. High marks for the winning 
side were tossed by Denis Doucet 
140 and stans of 160 and 116; 
Rudolphe Grant three I40s and a 122 
start; Fred Goldrup. dvee 140s and 
starts of 120 and diree 100s; Don 
Linden, diree 140s and a 120 finish; 
Eric Doucet 140. a 120 start and a 
112 fmish; Ben St Onge, 140 and a 
120 start and Paddy FurloUe, 140 
and a pair of 100 starts. 

Leading die Mooseheads were 
Duke Duclos. two 140s; Raymond 
Caissie, 140 and a 140 start; Dave 



Belliveau and Alphie Hickey, 140; 
Maynard Lavigne, 120 start; and Tim 
Garrett 108 start. 

The Penguin Club Cool Guys 
defeated Atlantic Rentals 46-26 in 
die final match. Leading die winning 
side in scoring were Leonard Ha- 
chey, starts of 160, 101 and 100; 
Gildor Frenette, 160; Tracy Boucher 
and Jay Valley, 140; Albert Cham- 
berlain, 136 start; and Edgar Legacy, 
112 start. 

Leading Adantic Rentals were 
Rick Lavigne, two 140s and a 110 
start; Jean-Marc Doucet 108 start 
Reginald Doucet 102 start; and Ro- 
ger Martel, 100 finish. 



Standings 


Pts 


Aces 


633 


Underdogs 


573 


Spoilers 


513 


Mooseheads 


455 


Bulls 


433 


Cool Guys 


419 


Darty Dozen 


371 


Generals 


353 


Legion 


343 


AU. Renuls 


227 



Four tournaments this month 



If you like tournament bowling, 
then look no further Uian Capitol 
Lanes this month. 

Four tournaments are lined up for 
the month of January, beginning this 
Sunday morning with a mixed tour- 
nament All regular teams are asked 
to contact either Lionel Couture at 
546-2735 or Evelyn Doucet at 
548-5081 

Other tournaments include a 
mixed doubles odd-box tournament 
Jan. 16. a ladies' tournament Jan. 17. 
and a men's tournament Jan. 24. 



More information about any of 
these events can be obtained from 
Lionel Couture at 546-2735. 

400 TRIPLE 

Joe Myers is die most recent 
member of Capitol Lanes' 400 Triple 
Club. 

Myers rolled his 403 in Alpine Lite 
Men's Money League play Dec. 30. 
wiUi singles of 148. 124 and 131. 

Got any bowling news? Give 
Northern Light sports writer Jim 
Couture a call at 546-4491. Dead- 
line is Friday at 1 p.m. 



UNIVERSITY 
EXTENSION COURSES 




Professor: Douglas Shanahan 

BSc. BEd. M.A. 

20th, Century Literature EN, 3451 

Classes Begin: Wednesday Evening 7 p.m. 

January 13, 1993 

Bathurst Comnnunity College 

Bathurst, N.B. 

For further information 

Phone 622-1649 




BUCKS PRESENTED/ARGENTS PRESENTER 

Eldon Duguay of Beresford was the winner of the Grand Draw of 
$500 in vouchers in the Downtown BeresfordChristmas Promotion. 

Eldon Duguay de Beresford 6tait le gagnant du Grand 1 iiage de 
$500 en bons d'achats dans la promotion de Nod! du Centre-Ville de 
Beresford. 

From left, de gauche: Maryse Boudreau. president Downtown 
Beresford (pr^sidente du Centre Ville Beresford); Eldon Duguay, 
winner (gagnant); Janine Arseneault, Restaurant Le Frico; and/et 
Paul Losier, manager Downtown Beresford (g6rant du Centre-Ville 
de Beresford). 



N»uv/^ iSi Brunswick 

NOTICE OF MEETING 

RESIDENTS OF THE LOCAL SERVICE DISTRICT OF 

NEW BANDON/SALMON BEACH 

PURPOSE OF MEETINQ: ADDITIONAL SERVICE - RECREATIONAL FACILITIES 
TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSED BATHURST CIVIC CENTRE 

The Minister of Municipalities. Culture and Housing, the Hon Marcotle Mersereau. 
has called a public meeting for all eligible voters of the New Bandon/Salmon Beach 
Local Service District The purpose of this meeting is to discuss and vote on the 
establishment of New Bandon/Salmon Beach for the additional sen^ice of 
recreational faalities to support the Bathurst Civic Centre 

Plans for the PROPOSED BATHURST CIVIC CENTRE will be shown and 
representatives from the City of Bathurst will explain the project 

DATE January 13th. 1993 

PLACE: New Bar>don Sports and Recreation Centre 

TIME: 7:00 P M 

Selection 25(2) of the Municipalities Act states that 
2S<2) Where at the meeting, (a) at least 
(i) fifty people, or 
(ii) thirty per cent of the people, 

who are eligible under subsection (1 ) to attend the meebng. whichever Is the 
lesser, are in attendance, and (b) a majorify of those in attendance deddes in favour 
of providing the additional service or services of discontinuing a service, as the case 
may t>e, the service or services may, on the recommendation of the Minister, be 
provided or discontinued as the case may be 

For more information, contact Lynn Doiron-DeGr4ce. Municipal Services Rep- 
resentative at 547 2091 

Please attend this very important meeting « 



4B— The Northern Light. Wed.. Jan. 6. 1993 



TAR 3PORT& 


SPORTS ON DECK 


Behind McDonalds 548" 1988 


SWIMMINO 




BATHURST AQUATIC CENTRE 


MONDAY 




Early Bird 


7 a.m. 


Watarciz* 


9 a.m. 


Lap iwim/Mattert 


12 noon 


Parkwood 


1 p.m. 


Student awimming leaaoni 4 p.m. 


Adult Fitness/Masters 


6 p.m. 


Brunswick Mines 


7 p.m. 


Lap awim/Adult Fitness 


8 p.m. 


TUESDAY 




Holy Family 


9 a.m. 


Parkwood 


10:48 a.m. 


Lap swim 


12 noon 


Parkwood 


1 p.m. 


A, AA teams/Esso Swim 


4 p.m. 


Junior Highs/AA team 


6 p.m 


High schools 


6 p.m 


Family swim 


7 p.m 


Waterciza 


8 p.m 


WEDNESDAY 




Early bird 


7 a.m 


Watercize 


9 a.m. 


Parkwood 10 


a.m . 


Parkwood 


11 a.m. 


Lap swim/Mastera 


12 noon 


Janeville Elem. lessons 


1 p.m. 


Student lessons 


4 p.m. 


Adult Fitness/Masters 


6 p.m. 


Family swim 


7 p.m. 


Lap swim/Adult Fitness 


8 p.m. 


THURSDAY 




Parkwood/South 


10:30 a.m. 


Lap swim 


12 noon 


A, AA teams/Esao Swim 


4 p.m. 


Junior highs/AA team 


6 p.m. 


High school league 


6 p.m. 


Family swim 


7 p.m. 


Watercize 


8 p.m. 


FRIDAY 




Early bird 


7 a.m. 


Watercize 


9 a.m. 


South 


10:30 a.m. 


Lap swim/Masters 


12 noon 


Coronation 


1:46 p.m. 


A, AA teams 


4 p.m. 


AA team 


S p.m. 


Adult Fitness^Masters 


6 p.m. 


Smelter swim 


7 p.m. 


Lap swim 


8 p.m. 


SATURDAY 




Preschool 


9 a.m. 


Lap swinr\/Esso Swim 


12 noon 


Student lessons 


1 p.m. 


Tarzan swim 


2 p.m. 


Tarzan swim 


3 p.m. 


Family swim 


6 p.m. 


Family swim 


7 p.m. 


SUNDAY 


. 


Lap swinr^sso Swim 


12 noon 


Student lessons 


1 p.m. 


Tarzan swim 


2 p.m. 


Tarzan swim 


3 p.m. 


Madiaco Investments 


4 p.m. 


Family swim 


6 p.m. 


Adult lessons 


7 p.m. 


Watercize 


8 p.m. 


GUIGNARD AQUATICS 


Phon* 783-8346 




Prc-Sckoolers 




Siuirday and Sunday 


11 a.m. 


Tuetdayi and Thundayi 


4 pjn. 



Family iwim 

Saturday and Sviday 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. 

Monday to Friday 7 p.m. 

Hdidayi 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. 

Red Cross swtm lesaoos 

Tuesday and Thursday 4 p.m. and S pjn. 

Saturday and Sunday II a.m. and 12 noon 

AdMK lisiaai 

Tuetdayi and Tlnindayi 6 pjn. 

Saturday and Sunday 4 p.m. 

Brunswick Mints swtai 

Sunday 1 pjn. 

AcroMc walcrdse 

Monday to Friday 11 ajn. 

Sunday to Thursday 8 p.m. 

SKATINa 

BATHURST ARENA 




BOOT HOCKEY 

Big River looking 
for 32 youth teams 



The Big River Spoit and Recrea- 
tion Centre will be holding a major 
youth boot hockey toumament Jan. 
29 and 30. 

All those ages 18 and younger are 
urged to get a five-person team 
together and take part in the competi- 
tion, which is expected to see 32 



teams entered. 

The entry fee is $ 1 5 per team, with 
the toumament taking place at the 
new Big River rink, located next to 
the centre. 

For more information, or to regis- 
ter a team, contact Dale Branch at 
546-6185 after 5 p.m. 



It beats shovelling snow! 

Charles Theriault of Bcrcsford and his lO-ycar-old son, Jean-Charles, took advantage of the Bathurst Aquatic 
Centre facilities last weekend, while most people were busy shovelling after last week's snowstorm. Charles and 
Jean-Charles are shown enjoying the centre 's womblers, one of many pool toys available to customers. Other facilities 
include water basketball equipment, a tarzan swing, diving boards, etc. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Many reasons why boxing 
is a superlative sport 




On The 
Ropes 

By "WIM" BILL 
HUDON 



Amateur boxing is an unmatched 
character builder. 

The discipline the boys get firom 
the training and fitness requirements, 
as well as time spent with competi- 
tors, all contribute towards making 
boxing a superlative sport. 

In addition, the coach/boxer rela- 



tionship, particularly with young- 
sters, may often follow the pattern of 
a father and son relationship. 

I (km't know who this particular 
father is, but I liked the part where he 
said to the coach: "I place my son in 
your hands. He's such a nice little 
fellow." 

FIRST HUDON 

About 100 years ago, the first 
Hudon who landed in Bathurst was 
my grandfather, Cyrillc Hudon. Orig- 
inally from Quebec, he was a car- 
penter by trade and worked for the 
George Eddy Co. many years ago. 

Yes, you are rii;ht, today there are 



many Hudons i'l Bathurst, and some 
of them were tlic first bom in the New 
Year. 1 would like to wish a happy 
birthday and a Happy New Year to 
the first baby bom in 1955 and the 
fu-st one bom in 1986. Yes, you arc 
right, it was my daughter, Deanna, 
bom in 1955, and my granddaughter, 
Tanya, bom in 1986. 

As for all the other Hudons, I wish 
you a Happy New Year as well. 

"Wild" Bill Hudon is a member 
of the Canadian Boxing Hall of 
Fame and the Bathurst Spurts Hall 
of Fame. »■••' ■'•"-> 



13th Chario Gentlemen 

Hockey Tournament 

Chario, N.B. 

January 25 to January 31 , 1993 

Registration fee: $250 per team 
Divisions: Olympic (19 and over) 

Gemiemen (35 and over) 
Cash Prizes: approximately $2000 
For more Information or to reg|ster, contact: 



Mr. Gordie Ricliardson 

P.O. Box 175 

Chario, N.B. 

EOS 1M0 
Tel: (506) 684-2409 or 
(506) 684-5137 
Fax: 684-4481 




13 Idme tournoi 
de Hockey Gentllhommes 

de Chario, N.B. 
Du 25 au 31 Janvier 1993 

inscription: 250$ par Aquipes 
Categories: Olymplque (19 an« et plus) 

Gentllhommes (35 ans et plus) 
Prix: pr6s de 2000$ en bourses 

Pour plus de details ou pour vous Inscrire, communlquer 
avec: 



M. Gordie Richardson 




C.P. 175 




Chario, (N.-B.) 




EOS 1M0 




Tel: (506) 684-2409 




(506) 684-5137 




Fax: 684-44M -r " 


■ «-^ 


.* t^^* »«, 


JMl 




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LEAGUE 

WcdMfday, Jan. 6 
BHS vt Janei. M. HiU 
Tkursday, Jan. 7 
Si . Stephen 

Wcdneaday, Jan. 13 
BHS vs Dilhouiie Reg. 



6 p.m. Chalhan 
Tou rn amenl 
6 p.m. Dalhoutie 



Moaday aid Thinday 8:30 to 9:30 a.m 

WadneMlay 10:10 to 11:10 am 

lV#-aclMMNn 

Monday and Friday 9:40 to 10:40 tm 

Wedneiday 9 to 10 a.m 

Open 

Monday aid Thunday 12 U> 1 p.m 

CMMrM (11 and yoMi|(r) 

Saturday 1:30 to 2:30 pjn 

PHMk (12 mmi Mar) 

Saturday 9 to 10.30 pjn 

Adiril 

Wedneiday I to 9:20 pjn 

FLOOR ROCKXY 

MOOSEHEAD LIGHT LADIES 

FLOOR HOCKEY LEAGUE 

TacMtay, Jan. 12 

Gieen Thumb vi Mahan'i Traphiei 7 p.m. 

McDcnald'i vs C&G Tnjcking 8 p.m. 

BOWUNG 

MOOSEHEAD MILL BOWLING 

LEAGUE 

Twaday, Jan. 12 

Cita Doucet vi John Duaat Alleyi 1-2 
diff Daigle vt Wayne McLean Alleyi 3-4 
Glen McLean vi Jame* Keddie Alleyt S-6 
Gift Duguay vt Sonny Doucet Alleyt 7-8 

DARTS 

BATHURST MEN'S QTY DART 
LEAGUE 

Monday, Jan. 11 

Genuine Acei vt Built Union Centre 

Underdogt vt All. Rentals Union Centre 

Mooieheadt vt Dirty Dozen Wild Goo«! 

Generalt vt Ixgion ''HJ*" 

Spoilers vt Cod Guys Penguin Club 

HOCKEY 

NORTHERN CONFERENCE 
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY 
LEAGUE 

Wedncaday, Jan. < 

Dilhousie Reg. vt ESN 8 p.m. Beresford 

Salitrday, Jan. 9 

nSN VI W.A. Lotier 7:43 p.m. Trecadie 

NEW BRUNSWICK AAA 

MIDGET HOCKEY LEAGUE 

Salyrday, Jaa. 9 

Fredericton vt Kingt 6 p.m. Balhuni 

Svnday, Jan. 10 

Moncton vi Kingt 1:30 p.m. Campbelhon 

BASKETBALL 

NEW BRUNSWICK HIGH 
SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL 



MiRAMK^HI JUNIOR ATHLETIC 

ASSOCIATION BOYS VARSITY 

BASKETBALL LEAGUE 

Taetday, Jan. 12 

CimpbeUlon vs PDJ 4:30 p.m. 

Superior vi Chilmers 5:15 p.m. 

TAOIST TAI CHI 



CHALEUR TAI CHI 

Taolst Tai Chi is the ancient Chinese 
exercise program for health, stress re- 
duction and meditation. It's sequence 
of 108 slow, relaxed movements gently 
turn and stretch the entire body in a 
natural and balanced manner. All age 
groups can practice it, and It is espe- 
cially suitable (or those in III health. 

New Classes is Taolst Tai Chi for 
beginners will start on Jan. 14 at the 
Carrefour Etudiant school in Beresford. 
There are approximately 20 people 
involved in this exercise program in the 
Chaleur region. 

For mora information, call Guy at 
783-8863. 



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2. Children under twelve years of age are not 
allowed on the nursing units. A special permission 
may k>e granted; in such cases, the child must be 
accompanied by an adult. 



VISITING HOURS 



2:00 
7:00 



p.m. 
p.m. 



to 
to 



4:00 
8:30 



p.m. 
p.m. 



EXCEPTIONS: 

Psychiatry weekdays 
1800 -2030 
Psychiatry weekends 
1400 - 1600 hours and 



1800 - 2030 hours 



Maternity/Nursery - Baby's family (father, grandpa- 
rents, brothers and sisters) - .^nytime 
fraternity/Nursery - General 
7:00 - 8:30 p.m. 
Special Care Nursery - Restricted Visiting 



REGLEMENTS SUR LES VISITES 

1. Deux (2) visiteurs par patient. 

2. Les enfants de moins de 12 ans ne sent pas 
admis sur les unites de soins. Une permission 
spteiale peut dtre accord^e; dans un tel cas, 
I'enfant doit dtre accompagn^ d'un adulte. 

HEURES DE VISITE 

14 h ft 16 h 
19 h ft 20 h 30 

EXCEPTIONS: 

Psychiatrie sur semaine 

18 h - 20 h 30 
Psychiatrie fins de semaine 

14 h - 16 h et 18 h - 20 h 30 

Maternity - famille du b6b6 (p^re, grands-parents, 
frdres et soeurs) - en tout temps 
Maternity - gdndral 

19 h - 20 h 30 

Soins intensifs ntenatals - Visites restreintes 



4 West - 1100 - 2030 hours 

INTENSIVE CARE 

5 minutes per half hour for immediate family only 
with the approval of the nurse-in-charge 

Day Surgery - child - one parent must remain with 
the child for the duration 
Day Surgery - adult patient - imnnediate family only 
with approval of nurse-in -charge 



4 ouest - 11 h - 20 h 30 



Emergency Observation Room 
of the nurse-in-charge. 



Effective January 11, 1993 



SOINS INTENSIFS j 

5 minutes par demi-heure pour la famille immddiate I 
seulement, avec I'approbation de I'infirmidre I 
responsable j 

Chirurgie d'un jour • enfant - un parent doit I 
demeurer avec I'enfant pour la durde de sdjour i 
Chirurgie d'un jour - adulte - famille immMiate 
seulement avec I'approbation de I'infirmidre 
responsable 
with the approval salle dobservation de I'Urgence - avec 
I'approbation de I'lnfirmiire responsable. 

En vigiMur to ii Janvier 1993 



Gordie Chiasson hits 
for two 400 triples 



The Northern Light. Wed.. Jan. 6. 1993— 5B 



Decision to play not his to make 





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Out Of 
Bounds 

By J« COUTURE 
Nonhkm UgMSfortt 



As I suspected, Earvin (Magic) 
Johnson's decision whether or not lo 
return to the National Basketball 
Association was not his to make. 

His decision was made for him by 
the other league players, shortly after 
he announced his return to the game. 

It was relatively easy for him to say 
he would attempt a return after 
testing HIV-positive last year and 
feeling great since then. He was a 
vital member of the American Dream 
Team in the Olympics, not looking 
out of place in doing so either. 

He felt great, played even better, 
and was looking forward to once 
again playing the game he loves and 
excels at so much. 

However, one question he didn't 
seem to contemplate fully was how 
fellow NBA players would react. 



especially once they performed in a 
game situation against him. 

Basketball is one of the roughest 
sports around. Blood sheds in this 
sport, and the HIV virus believed to 
cause AIDS is transmitted through 
blood. 

In other words, you can say you're 
going to play, and others can add that 
they wouldn't mind playing along- 
side you if you do, but the reality of 
the situation is different. When you 
get on that court, will you play with 
the same intensity when the only 
thing between a fast-breaking Magic 
Johnson and the basket is you? If 
Magic breaks with tradition and 



suddenly becomes very agressive. 
will to league apply different rules to 
him than, say. Bill Laimbeer? 

The reality of the situation is that a 
person with AIDS cannot play a 
full-contact sport. It's not discrimi- 
natory; it's logic. 

JAPAN! 

Anyone out there in readership 
land believe there was a snowball's 
chance in hell Japan would beat 
Canada in the World Junior Hockey 
Championships? 

I didn't think so. 

Kind of like the Atlanta Braves 
playing the Bathurst High School 



girls Softball team in a one-game, 
winner-take-all World Series. 

I'm also willing to bet the milk 
money that Quebec Nordiques' fans 
are drooling at the prospect of having 
Peter Forsberg plying his trade in the 
Colis^ some day. 

The young Swedish hockey sensa- 
tion led the world championships 
with 20 points in six games, and his 
National Hockey League playing 
rights are held by the Nordiques. 

They got him in the trade for 
Lindros. 

Lindros will be cheered next time 
he visits Quebec, and not because 
he's a good player. 



Top sellers 

Ronald Roy, IS, and his mother 
Eileen Roy, display wide grins and 
the new air hockey table they won for 
selling the most Big Brothers/Big 
Sisten kMiery ««leates^ With the 
help ai his mocfaer 40d her friends. 
RoMMreeently soldTtotai of 32 $2& 
calendars. The air hockey table was 
donated by Shoppers Dnig Mart in 
the Supermall. 

(NorttMm Ughl Photo) 






_ - Minor 

sNOChBU 

BATHURST MINOR HOCKEY 
SCHEDULE 
Friday, Jm. S 

7 un. Baman A practice 

4 U) 5 pjn. 5- to 7-ye«r-oldi 

S:tO to 6:10 p.m. Atom A piactioe 
6:20 to 7:20 p.in. Peewee A piaclioe 
SatM^;, Jaa. 9 

7 to t:lS a.m. Bniins, Shaiki practioe 
8:25 lo 9:30 i.m. 8- and 9-year-oMs 
9:40 lo 10:40 tjn. Beaven vi Bean 
10:50 to 12 noon Tracadie Mile A vi 
BalhuiM Mile A 

11:45 ajn.Baihuret Bamam B in Beret- 
foid BI 

12:10 lo 1:20 pjn. Charlo Atom B vi 
Atom Shariu 

2:45 ptiLMiramichi Peewees vi Chaleur 
Poeweei 

4:15 pjn. Tracadie Mite B vi Balhunt 
Mile B 

6:15 pjn.Bathunt Midgeu in CampbeU- 
lon 

S«ada7, Jm. 10 

9:40 to 10:45 ajn. Bantam B practice 
10-J5 to 12:30 pjn.Beruford Peewee A 
vf Balhunt Peewee A 
11:30 a-m. Alan Bruiro in Charlo 
12:40 lo 1:45 pjn. 5- to 7-year-aldi 
MoMday. Jaa. U 

3:10 lo 6K)S pm. Mile A practice 
6:05 to 7 pjn. Sharki vi Bruini 

7:10 to 8:10 p.m. Kingi vi Bluei 

Tataday, Jaa. 12 

4 to 5:10 pjn.8- and 9-year-aldt (Mile 
BAQ 

5:20 lo 6:30 pm. Bean vi Beaven 
6:40 to 7:55 pjn.Oialeur Banumi prac- 
tice 
8:05 lo 9:20 p.m. Bantam A practice 



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author 
15 Hamlnf^ay, 

to aoma 
19 Sandarac 

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2QPanlan 

lairiaa 
210round 

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22 Arthurtan 

UOy 
23Pur^ 

princass 
24Ctaudaol 

flimdom 
2SWIId 

2t Fortt't prong 
27Son)aroa*a 
29PranUsh 

fairy 
31 Haitiingara 

ofaprtng 
33 Bookbindar-a 

ahaapaWn 
34BagW(« 

hairnat 
36 Praaamly 
37Lookl 
40KI1c^an 

applanca 
42 Board or 

badtlaad-ln 
4« OMtarata 
47Kanlucfcy 

bluagraaa 
4«YMda(rom 

praasura 

60 Rota tor 
OanaTlamav 

61 Commandad 
S2NaigM)orof 



N.J. 
54 Want at an 
aaty gait 

56 Kin a dragon 

57 Indian 
56 Wild wtth 

vmfry 

60 Old World 
aandpipar 

62Praaldant 
and ganaral 

63 Showy 
wratar plant 

66 Tourist 
ahatar 

67 Marsh birds 
66 Goals 

70 Asian 
makarsol 
silkiabrtcs 

71 Ha sang 
'Runa round 
Sua- 

72Spr<ng- 

ftoMwring 

ahfub 
76 Dutch palmar 
76 Flowaring 

vIna 
60Charlas 

Dulton 

sitcom 

61 Roman 
matron's long 
garmani 

63Tha — o» 

San Fran- 

dsco' 
65 Canadian 

prov. 
66Staap. 

njggadrock 
66Sanilrural 

ragkxi 
90 Tin Pan Alay 



history 
92 Tapastry 

waH hanging 
•4MoaquHo 

garMa 

96 Japanaaa 
vagal abia 

97 Musk or 
watar 
foloiivar 

96 Flaw high 
InthaaTr 
100 Falnway lurna 

102 WIta dt Paris 

103 Pub pro|ac 
tila 

106 Bullwinkia, 
lororta 

106 Mna 
antrarwa 

107 South African 
Irlsaa 

111 Inconwaflar 

axpansat i 
112Blua-tuftad 

bonlar plant 
116Bankar's 

oonc*m 
117Boradom 
119Baaatso( 

burdan 
121 Calastial 

baar 
122HlllaMa 

dugout 

123 Slona pilar 

124 ConvanJant 
carryalls 

126 Branchlika 
projacting 
parts 

126 Chinasa wax 

127 Abounds 
126 Girl's nama 
129 Man's org. 



91Mutao( 



1 Franch 



oyalarfarm 
2 Ruasian rivar 
3Tha — 

Lova' (song) 
4Flowarol 

various 

colors 
5Badcovar 
eComaio 

krww 
7Sp(ing)lag 
• Continuad 

budnoisa 
9Anclanl 

ascatic 
lOTrumpalika 

spring ftowar 

11 Japanasa 
apriool 

12 Playwright 
Cormally 

13 Palm 

14 Drawing 
rooms 

ISGardan 

annutils 
16Cuckooa 
17Wordba«ora 

conaortar 
16Summar 

rafrashars 
26Traatnink 
30Actrass 

ShaHav 
32 Monks hood 
34 Spadal point 

of viaw 
38Da(>catas 
37 Slyla of )az2 
36 0nacltha 

Muaas 
39Wora 

40 Prany and 
glowing, to 
aSoolsman 

41 Ward off 



43 Spring flowar 

44 Rail Urd 

45 Thaatar 
luminary 



47 Raaourxls 
49 Sun. talk 

52 Man or apa 

53 — Sampla 
McPharson 

55 Caasas 

56 Picnic paats 
59Ramovas 

applasaads 
61 TV's ■- 

Landing- 
64 — sagno 

(music 

diractkx)) 
66 Campars' 



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ICoda< 



66 Coda or can 
foflowar 

70 Evary mowla- 
axtra's hopa 

71 Palmar 
Rivara 

72ChaaUfor 

sacrad 

artidas 
73-ThaMark 

o»— • 
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flsh 
78 Turnad about 

a fixad point 

76 — ona's way 
(travals) 

77 First duka of 
htormandy 

76 Bulga at raar 
of human 



79Mtfw 

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62Pra6x 



oxygan 
64Coamalic 

itam 
67 Fragrant 

69 Omamantal 

plants 
91 Ftowaring 

plant of tha 

ganlan 

family 
93Radand 

Coral 
95 Wild plum 
97 Israars 

Odda 
99 Most 

unlnjitful 

101 Landad 
proparty 

102 Black Saa 
port 

104 Frartch aunt 

106 Author/critk: 
Jamas and 
family 

107 Jack or 
doodia 
laad-ln 

lOOPoolsMa 

garb 
109 Jamas — 

Jonas 
llOOaggar 
112ltairanwina 

caniar 
IISLondon 

trollay 

114 TV's 'tSomar 
Pyla.— • 

115 Roman 
aartti 
godda as 

116 City on tha 
Oanuba 

laoScala 




ACROSS 52 Night 

1 Umpkas cal bkxming 



92D«partura 
from tha 



6 UrwkMas, to 

apoal 
lOOMca 

ramlndar 
14 Thay'ra 



83 Making raady 

55 PMorms lor 
spaa k ar s 

56 0amian 
aubmarlna 

57 First nama In 
phching 

56 Cud-chawar 
60 Lord or 

aovaraign 
61Tal(wHdly 
62 Ouahaa forth 
63Rlmpra- 

aanladln 



19PartolT.S.E. 
aOCIftcinnall 

taam 
lILaigapitehar 
22Houaton 

ptayar 
23Poa(ic 

sorrow 

24 Tha rainbow 66 Word batora 
29 Louiaa or fink or raca 

Tumar 66Marksiolai 

26 Milan's La — sUnd 
27Laarnadman 66Strakain 
26 'Slack goU- blKards 



29'— In tha 
Siraals' 
(mowla) 

30 EnttMslaslIc 

31 Frying pana 
34Horaa'sgait 
36 EKptor ar 

JofVMon 
99Franch 



70Actrass 
Da«iA>ar 
73 Criad loudly 
andpMfuNy 
76 Pursua gams 

staatNly 
76 -Tha — 
Tyooon' 
(movia) 
62 Potato stata 
64 Food Hah 
66 Maul food 
conialrwfa 
° 42 FHm dlrsdor 96 Baam usad 

Davkf In surgary 

43 Unruly crowd 67 Swaal, adttila 
:46Klndofaon maton 

laalhar 99 Naw York 

,'46 Pitching no- taam 

> noa 91 — woolsay 

;60Ma)astic (fabric) 



40 — Oashan 
(Ethtopian 
) 



94 Navigational 

96Consklars 

carafuRy 

96 Dad's prMa 
andloy 

97 Sania'a 

laundry 
praoivm 
99Elac.unlt 

100 Alan or 
BaitMra 

101 Tha 
Concorda, 
for ona 

102 Did ■ 
liwn job 

104Racklaas 
advartura 

107 Rocking 
chair's placa 

110 Ona of tha 
Flytms 

112 Word In Latin 

113 Poukry parch 
117 Japanaaa 

poreaWn 
116 S Maways 

glanca 
119 Exchanga 

pramium 
120E<Mon 
121 Ralgloua 

ttognui 
122Utarary 

catch-a 
123 Naw York 

VMfn 
124Sodaicall 
126 Zodiac ram 
126AtUca 

townihip 



127 — lixa 

126 Growing out 
DOWN 

lOardan 
araaa 

2Bak)w, to 

a sailor 
3 PNIamhro- 
pisl- 
Achaaon 
Walaca 
4 Waa¥<ng 
fnscMoM 
6Fallatbai 
6BaHmora 

laam 
7Tha — of 

Paulna* 
6 Roman 

magistrata 
9 Draft org. 
10 "I — man 
w^wasnt 
thara' 
ll-Oalaa- 

famMy 
12Adomaatic 

sarvani 
13Psraonsal 
graat 

Knowladga 
14 PHchar's 
givaaway 
16SongwTltar's 
org. 

16 Parly Ina? 

17 Party's 
aaator 

16 Fly high 
29 Sacrad song 

32 Noun- 
tormlng 
sutRx 

33 Woodland 



36 Praia* 
36Comato 



37 "Coma Back. 

Utila- • 
36Hom*-run 

king 
41 Slpa and 

sidaa 
43Scrooga. 

torof>a 
44 Alpha's 



48 Surround 
or ham in 

47Baafand 

pork 
46Makaby 

staaping 

49 Dirk 

61 Caasar's 52 
63Rock'nrol 

kkil 
64Mu(4ch 



78Givar 
76Takasa 

baaa 

dangaroualy 
77 Row 
79Baastso« 

burdan 
60Piaphais 
61L0WWS' 

maaUng 
63 Inapt actor 
66Batilng 

corwtactton 
66Lo«ton 

Irtgradtorvl 
90Oanuflact 
91 Girt of song 
93 Sang In 

fasNon 
96 Amarlcan 

Indian baby 
96Cylndrlcal 

andtaparad 
too Egyptian or 



67 0fthaaya 

66 Coins of Iran 
62Rachal 

Carson's 
Tha — 
Around Us- 
64lnqulra 

67 Good batting 
partormanca 

69 African 

aniatopa 
TOTypographt 

cal units 

71 Harsay's 'A 
Balfor- - 

72 Jamas of 
ToUa" 

74 Pitching 



102 Rock datols 
alkxMofciff 

103Fanclfcil 
vision 

106 Pannad in 

106 Rad dyasluff 

107 Pockat 
braad 

106Habraw 
m a a sura 
109 Hindu quaan 
IIIBandona 

114Graak 
mountain 

118 Courtship 

116 Franch haad 

119Plarra's 
friand 




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ANSWERS IN 
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ACROSS 


sandpipar 


»4Encirclaor 


1 Oavina or 


51 Sioux Indian 


arKlosa 


OrWith 


52 Brick ovan 


96 "Eating soma 


5 "Its Only a 


53 St. PNkp 


curds and — " 


— Moon- 


d- 


97-Sponga' 


lOSuddan, 


56Shankarol 


96 Slops lacad 


unaxpactad 


muaic 


golf club 


dHllcuky 


56 Anagram tor 


100 Mora 


16BouHant 


naw 


shabby 


hairdo 


57 InstaHad in 


102 Noval 


lODrladup 


ollica 


datactiva 


20-Homa— ' 


56 Thaatar 


Nk:k 


(movia) 


hangings 


103 Hawaiian 


21 QIant grass 


61Laaaa 


108 Exhaust 


22Mlrwraltar 


•2 0ym8h08 


23Sallladat)ts 


64Shaftad 


106 Slaap: comb. 


asthay ailsa 


waapon 


lorm 


26Varynuahad 


66RtoMrith 


107 WWII org. 


27 HaaRh rasort 


disrrtay 


109 FrarKh haad 


26Kaatsor 


66Qlova- 


IIIBaindabt 


Bums 


oompAH- 


112 -—Wa Got 


26D.C. 


m^nC tt^fn 


Funr(old 


lot)t)ylng org. 


68 Saul's 


aong) 


31 Sight or 


ralattva 


113Dlalars 


Igrwa 
32 Subway's 


70Bit]6callion 


no-no 


71 Salas luras 


116MaUlic 


counlarparts 


76Plac« 


handshaka? 


33 Makas dirty 


77 Mova Ika a 


119Sut>tly 


35 VIsorad ciVM 


snaka 


STTMMth 


37Rasarv*d 


OI-AtXawasI 


122 Actor's 


and cool 


— ..." 


quasi 


SOQraakdty 


•2 Valuabia fur 


123 Supprass Of 


41 Actol 


64 Straw filM 


Igrwra 
124Palm 


raparation 


mattrass 


43 Ruing lamily 


66 Onca caNad 


cockaloo 


of England 


Clay 


125 FuNy awara 


14651603 


67 Nothing. In 


at 


46Wordbaters 


SaviNa 


126Brldga 


atHchorcar 


69 Chaptar ol 


position 


47 Caniara 


tha Koran 


127 Tears 


rtaad 


M Undarstands 


121 Aroantina 
VIP 


46 Spanish 


•1 Sustain or 


paMar 


boMar 


129 Haram 


50Europaan 


•2 Coral Island 





DOWN 

1 Vanomous 
snakas 

2 Ona o( tha 
tMas 

3Parchad 

4 Affirmativa 
vota 

5 Bhba or graft 
6Madicinal 

plants 
7 FH of sulung 

6 Chang's 
brothar 

9 Rasumas. as 

adabata 
lOCompalling 
IIHadabita 
12Boundars 

13 Babylonian 
haro 

14 Outcome 
18 Monastery 

haadatjtx 

16 Real brawl 

17 Lively dance 
16 Morsels kx 

Dobbin 
24 Patty maica 
26 "Al — Eva" 
30 Psych org. 
34 Band on a 

ahiald 
3SDogtKXj$a 
36 Wall bracket 

tor candles 
36 European 

rtvar 

39 Flat 
bottomed 
boats 

40 Maul plate 

41 Strike 
steadily 



42 One who 
ogles 

44 Boslarous 
festivity 

45 Comic 
theatrical 
sketches 

47 Certain poker 

player? 
49 Diva's forte 
52 Custodians 
54 Pierces 

through 

57 Perform on 
k:e 

58 He wrote 
•The Divine 
Comedy" 

59 Worthless 
leaving 

60 Sail extender 
63 Medical org. 
65 Society page 

word 
67 Island in a 
rivar 

71 01 tha 
kidneys 

72 One al the 
Muses 

73 Uncomfort 
able nap 
site? 

74 Annoyingly 
self satisfied 

75 Catches In « 
trap 

76 Moved swiftly 

77 Weaver's 
reed 

76 Difflcull to 

kxate 
79 Encomium 
60 Less green 



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65 

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91 
93 

95 

96 

97 



99 



101 
102 



104 
106 



107 

108 

110 
112 
114 

115 

117 
116 
120 
121 



Tha rainbow 

Sly, sMetong 

look 

Dar — 

(Adenauer) 

French 

oystar lamt 

Slow. In 

music 

Testifies 

Dark-red 

winter appla 

SmaM. 

«i«haalad 

vahk:laa 

Short. 

double- 

breaatad 

coat 

Morning 

pherKwnenon 

ProoWaed 

Land oi the 

IsraaMas 

Farwa steps 

Glycerin or 

paraffin laad- 

F^ry-tala 

mortatar 

Outrigger 

canoa 

Emerald Isia 

At a distance 

Canadian 

prov. 

Ring 

decmms 

Favorite 

Pecular 

Mine output 

Jack of 

"Bamay 



TT-ni 




ACROSS 

1 Fonn#r 

EgypianVIP 
6 Fiuk-llavored 



lOQuanMyof 



64 Black bkd 
56Caka 

Ingradtams 
57Compar>sala 
66 Emerald Me 
56Anaiyzaa 



•4Suggaalad 

liiifi^ I <h I 

moracwy 

96 spadal 



14 ^lalhar, can 
you spare 

— r 

19 Author Jong 

20 Diplomat's 



21 Handle 

22-Olympla" 
painter 

Z«l WwnDMOOfi 

wInMf of 
1975 

26 The Man in 
Black' 

27 Naliaofk 
26 Breakfast 



30 -~- pf coMtem 

31 City In Sk% 
32TOiypteM 

33 Hodgepodge 

34 Starnniarlng 
aounds 

36 TV adraas 

Lee 
38Poeik; 

contraction 
39 0iHiroduc- 

•raorg. 
40Ramalnaki 

rMxInaaa 
42lranwood 

tree 
44-Fauarand 

"Cafman" 
47 Sunporcties 
49 Torment 



Amartcan 
trvibartrae 

62 Rural dance 
she? 

63 Neat of 
pf>aaaants 

64 8pMdup 
65Polah 

sdanllat wrtio 

dsoovared 

radkim 
67Wofdbatore 

meeting or 

medte 
66Reyous 

bfulnara 
6t Quaan d the 



75 Wand or Bay 

76 Swab 

61 The Bard's 

river 

62 Greek 
market place 

83 Banish 
64Bod(or 

worthy 

lead-in 

68 Emulate 
67WieUablue 

pendl 
86Kilvfc)lenlty 

69 Drawing 



97Fliaofpk)ua 
96Storyd 

rieroic oeeos 
99 Kentucky 
Wuegrass 
102 This. In 

Spain 
104 PlkaKe Rsh 
106 Mountain 

lake 
106 Macaw 
lOOSpharaa 
mSmallnil 

pi« 
113CraecaM- 

shapad 
116SaUa 

suddenly 
116 MMnlght 

equaatrian 
119Shawas 

"Palar Pan" 
121Fdk>wasa 

raauK 

122 List toiowar 

123 Affirm 

124 Data or 
Pee Wee 

125 High-spirited 
horsa 

126HlgtwMy 



90Rapoa- 



l3Klnddcade 



92 EwpnonM 



127Monalar's 

kxh? 
126 Mary — 
Moore 
DOWN 

1 Brands with 
a hd kon 

2Scwaraign's 
decree 

3 Short. 



4Yaarn 
SOraakMlar 
6Slyladlypa 
7 Bay on the 

6Shatovad 
Nardaaus 
9Fir«ho«of 
ThaTodghl 
Sfww" 
10 Rule, in kidia 
IIBaaabal's 
Slaughter 
12SondJaoob 

nvhgrs 

Uittiplace 
14 Tan or 

VandarbW 
ISFraahwaler 

fish 
KSenaaleas 
17 MMdla. In 

law 
16 "— Froma" 
24 Cheat 

sounds 
260f ooursa: 

slang 
29A8aam 

siRcworm 
33 Gam Stone 
35Fk>w 

oopioutly 
37Wlngaie 
39Al0ailan 

seaport 

40 Nd as good 

41 Greek letter 
43Vdcanic 

mountain on 
RoaaWand 

44 Word before 
seaoraacrel 

46 Around: 



46 Arthurian 
My 

47 Spanish 
muraM 

48 Ha was 
mairtadto 
mttav 
T#nipw 

60 On- 
(equivalerv 
to) 

81 Calculta garb 
82Aukllang — 
84 Stmiuiating 

rubdown 
86RlgUly 
69Turtilsh 

otfkial 

61 Uncanny 
64Chlneae 

dynasty 
66 Preserve 

food 
67Hausehdd 
69Compank)n 

dhounda 

70 Anagram d 
vile 

71 Word before 
aaalorad 

72 Hebrew letter 
73lroquoian 

Indans 
74 Coin d 

Thailand 
78 Harry's Rrat 

Lady 

76 Wheel 
spkidles 

77 Arbitrary 



OOAwdt 

64 Dog In 

"Paler Pan* 
9S Spend thwn 

in rtofsnoft 

oomfftd 



91 Savor 
93Cloeklaoa 

94Shaik-a 



96Batrd 
96 Mkior 



99 John and 

Pad 
lOOFamala 



praying 

Mgura 

liairaat 



101 

103 Sharp 

mouniaki 

crad 
106 Billed 



106 Russian 

unton 
107Elavda 
106Basabar» 



78 Shed 
feathers 

79 Sioux 



110 Turn 

arounda 

pivd 
lllLondM 

Mf9ttCtt 

114Whadhub 
116JanaorZana 
ll7Saa — fgd 

116Yi]agrad. 
120 Louvre 





Legion helps 

Mike Gendron (\e{i), director of 
the Bathurst Volunieer Cenire, recen- 
tly accepted $320 and three boxes of 
food donated by the Herman J. Good 
V.C. branch No. 18 of the Royal 
Canadian Legion. The donation was 
part of the legion's effort to help the 
needy during the Christinas season. 
Another six boxes of food was also 
recently donated by the Ladies Auxil- 
ary. Shown in photo nuking the 
presentation to Mr. Gendron is legion 
member Walter MacKay. 

(Northern Uoht Photo) 




Recognized 

Yvette Kyte of the Friends in Song 
glee club was recently presented with 
a Canada 123 plaque, recognizing her 
oustanding contribution to the com- 
munity. Mrs. Kyte is chairman of the 
costume committee for (he club. 
Shown with Mrs. Kyte is her hus- 
buid, Tom, who is also Friends in 
Song director. 

(Nofthwn LJshI Photo) 




Student of month 

Five-year old Kerry-Line Boucher 
of Academie Assomption elementary 
school was recently named Student 
of the Month by the school's Home 
and School Association. The stu- 
dents' names were drawn for the title 
for those whose parents are memben 
of the association. Shown with Kerry 
are her nKMher, Colette Boucher 
(kft), and school teacher Sandra- 
Line Couillard. 

(Norlhwn Ughl Photo) 



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Club Comer 

Editor's not*: for all club 
newt in Bathurst and arsa, 
send sutxnisslorts, announce- 
ments and club rspoits to Ttie 
Northern Ught Club Corner, 
355 King Ave.. Bathurst. E2A 
3Z3. All notices should be re- 
ceived by Thursday at 5 p.m., to 
help ensure publication In the 
following Wednesday's paper. 



AL-ANON 

Al-Anon meets every Tuesday at 7:30 
p.m. at Donald Eddy Hall. 309 Sl Patrick 
St., Room 7, (downstairs). For informa- 
tion call S46 9494. 

-The Paihfinders Group of Alcoholics 
Anonymous meeu every Friday evening 
•I 7:30 p.m. at Big River Rec Centre. 
-Groupe de Robertville Alcoholics 
Anonymous meeu every Friday evening 
It 8 p.m. in the basement of the Robert- 
ville church. 

-The Murray Group Alcoholics 
Anonymous meets eveiy Monday even- 
ing at 7 p.m. at 160 St. George St. 
-Groupe I'amiti^ Alcoholics Anonym- 
ous meets every Monday at 8 p.m. in the 
basement of the Beresford church. 
-The Friendly Group Alcoholics 
Anonymous meets every Tuesday at 8 
p.m. at 1880 Vallee Lourdes Dr. 
AIDS SUPPORT GROUP 

A monthly support group has started up 
for people who are HIV-positive, their 
friends and family members. THe group 
meets the flrsi Thursday of every month. 
For more information, call AIDS New 
Brunswick at 1 800-S6 1-4009. 
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP 

The Alzheimer's Support Group meets 
the second Tuesday of every month from 
7p.m. to9p.m. at the Herman J. Good VC 
Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion 
Royal Canadian Legion, Sl Peter Av- 
enue. For more information call 
546-6842 and ask for Marsha 
L'Espcrance. 
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 

You can help people who are being 
lonured, imprisoned without a fair trial, 
or in danger of being executed. Amnesty 
International meets the third Thursday of 
each month at 7:13 p.m. in the Nepisiguit 
Centennial Library. 
ARTHRmS SOCIETY 

The GIoucester-Bathurst branch of the 
N.B. Arthritis Society has memorial 
cards available at local funeral homes. 
For additional cards, call ThMse Pelle- 
tier at 542-9027. 
BINGO 

-Every Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. at St. 
Anne Recreation Centre. 
-Beresfofd Sports Association bingo 
every ^Ht$l^mytt 6)45 pmi. Beresigad 
Church banmenL 

-Every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the 
Sportek in Beresford for Curling Sportek. 
CANCER SOCIETY 

The Bathurst unit of the Canadian 
Cancer Society can be reached by phon- 
ing Mrs. Marie Oliver, education chair- 
man, at 546-5013. 
CANSURMOUNT 

CanSurmount meetings are held every 
third Wednesday at Chaleur Regional 
Hospital, Room A. at 7 p.m. This is a 
support group for cancer patients, family 
and friends. For more information call 
Marjorie d'Entremont at 546-5591. 

CARDS 

-Golden Star Age Club hosts a card party 
every Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at St. 
Anne Rec Centre. A lunch will be served. 
Everyone is welcome. 
-Club Villa Chaleur hokls a card party 
every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Everyone 
is welcome. 

-Big River Senior Citizens' Club holds a 
card party every Thursday at 1 :30 p.m. in 
the Big River Seniors' Hall. All welcome. 
"Social bridge every Monday from 1 
p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Bathurst Curling 
Qub. Everyone is velcome. Rw further 
information, ciil 546-2431. 
-Holy Family Qub 200 Senion hold a 
card party every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in 
the church basement 
-Maple Leaf Senior Citizens* Club hosts 
cord parties at 155 Dumaresq ^t. Fridays 
at 7:30 p.m. Due lo the holidays, the next 
card party will only be Jan. 7. 
-Card party every Sunday night at 7:30 
p.m. at East Bathurst Knighls of Colum- 
bus Hall, Miramichi Avenue. A light 
lunch will be served. 



SCOTTISH DANCING 

-Scottish country dancing is held at St. 
George's Anglican Church on Friday - 
nights at 7 p.m. Anyone interested can 
call Margan Dawson at 548-2576. 
SEARCH AND RESCUE 

Chaleur Ground Search and Rescue 
meets the flrst Wednesday of every 
month at 7 p.m. in the St. Anne Recrea- 
tion Centre. 
SOUTH TETEAGOUCHE HALL 

The South Teteagouche Community 
Hall Association meets the first Monday 
of each month at the hall. 
STAMP CLUB 

The Bathurst and Chaleur District 
Stamp Club is meets every second Tues- 
day aownstairs at the Nepisiguit Centen- 
nial Library on Douglas Avenue from 7 
p.m. lo 9 p.m. The next meeting is Jan. 19. 
For more information, call 546-2671. 
STJOHN AMBULANCE 

Are you interested in giving a few 
hours of your time for your community? 
Are you looking for an exciting chal- 
lenge? If so why not join the Sl John 
Ambulance Brigade (Baihunt Aduh Di- 
vision) right now. Call 558-6073 (pager). 
TOASThlASTERS 

-Le Gub Toastmasters Chaleur se xtumi 
lous les mercredis k 7 p.m. dans la 
Chambre 210, Collie Communauuire, 
rue du College. Bienvenue k lous ccux 
int^ss^ dans I'art oraioire. 
-The Baihurs: Toastmasten Club meets 
Mondays at the Sl George's Anglican 
Church hall, 432 King Ave., from 7 p.m. 
until 9 p.m. 
TURNING POINT 

-A group to help abusive men has 
started. The FreiKh group meets every 
Thursday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and an 
English group is held Wednesday nights 
at the same time. For more information on 
where the meetings are held, and how to 
register, call Richard Gallant or Liae 
Godin at 546-1215. 
VON 

-A VON Health Oinic u heU at Shop- 
pers' Drug Mart, Vanier Boulevard. 
every Tuesday from 1 p.m. lo 4 p.m. 
Duplicate Bridge Ckib 

The Bathurst Duplicate Bridge Gub 
Christmas party was held at Danny's Best 
Western on Dec. 13. The two seuion 
trophy winners were R. Baker A H. 
Bouma. 

Afternoon session 
Section A 
NS 

D. Haie-C. Matches 
Mrs. T. Builer-Mn. L. Chiasson 
Mr. A Mrs. A. Martin 
EW 

Mrs. D. Pamell-Mrs. N. Doucet 
Mrs. S. Bums-J. McLaughlin 
Dr. W. MacKay-Mrs. MacKay 
Mrs. P. Maher-Mrs. A. Doucet 
Section B 
NS 

R. Baker-H. Bouma 
Mr. A Mrs. S. Johnson 
Mn. E Young-Mrs. M. Aube 
EW 

Mr. A Mrs. R. Losicr 
Mr. A Mrs. R. Flen 
Mrs. S. Benin-Mn. G. Genihan 
Overall winners 
R. Baker-H. Bouma 
Mr. A Mrs. R. Losier 
Mrs. D. Pamell-Mrs. N. Doucet 
Mrs. S. Bums-J. McLaughlin 
Mr. A Mrs. S. Johnson 
D. Hare-C. Matchett „, 

Evening Session Pti - 

Section A j — 

NS 

Mrs. B. Shirely-Boyd Hudson 

Mrs. K. Pinder-Mrs. B. Waye 

3-Mrs. M. Ruddock-Mrs. M. Rogers 

4.-Mr. A Mrs. R. Loaier 

S.-Mrs. H. MacKay-Mn. B. Dodge 

R. Baker-H. Bouma 

Mrs. L Comeau-L. FViganh 

Mrs. P. Maher-Mrs. A. Doucet 

Mrs. S. Bums-J. McLaughlin 

Mrs. M. Kane-Mrs. D. Roszek 

Section B 

NS 

Mr. A Mrs. S. Johnaon 

R. Doucet-Mrs. A. Lavigne 

Mrs. Y. Kenny-Mrs. B. Frenene 

EW 

Mrs. T. Butler-Mrs. L. Chaisson 

Mr. A Mrs. R. Fletu 

D. Hare-C. Maichett 

Mr. A Mrs. A. Martin 

Overall 

Mr. A Mrs. S. Johnson 

Mrs. B. Shirley-Boyd Hudson 

Mrs. T. Builer-Mrs. L Chiasson 

Mrs. L Comeau-L Frigault 

R. Baker-H. Bouma 

Mrs. P. Maher-Mn. A. Doucet 

Christmas Party 

Overall winners 

R. Baker-H. Bouma 

IsL-Mr. A Mrs. S. Johnaon 

2nd-Mr. A Mrs. R. Losicr 

3rd-Mrs. T. Butler-Mn. L Chiasson 

Mrs. S. Bums-J. McLaughlin 

D. Hare-C. Maichett 

Mr. A Mrs. R. Fleus 

Mrs. P. Maher-Mrs. A. Doucet 

Mrs. B. Shiriey-Boyd Hudson 

Mr. A Mrs. A. Martin 



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THE ADVENTURES OF POPEYE 



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Chaleur Regional 
Development 
Commission 



ATTENTION ENTREPRENpjRS ! 

WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE 

From advice on your business plan 

to guidance on where to seek financing. 

A REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN YOUR REGION 

SCHEDULE 
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DATE 
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January 29, 1993 
February 12, 1993 
February 26, 1993 



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Beresford 
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A $25.00 gift certificate 
courtesy of 




MAGASIN 

TURCOTTE 

LTEE. 



If you have twins we'll give you two gifts 
Offer valid until Feb. 15, 1993 





OUR 

^25-°^ worth of Baby 
Products or Groceries 

(Valid until January 30. 1993) 

THERIAULTS GROCERIES LTD. 

Bridge St. 

546-2595 







FIRST BABY 
ARRIVED JAN. 1 




Car seat for first baby 

The first baby of the year at Chaleur Regional Hospital was given a car seat 
by Dr. Reshat Memiche. representing the Gloucester chapter of the New 
Brunswicic Medical Society. The baby, Alexandre, is shown with his mom, 
JaniuDoucetofBathurstThebaby wasbom at 4:50 a.m. Jan. 1. and weighed 
about six lbs. 

(Northam Light Photo) 





RECEIVE A 

GIFT CERTIFICATE 

FROM THE 

FRIENDLY STAFF 

AT 




275 KING AVE. 
546-4445 
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CONGRATULATIONS K 
TO THE PARENTS 

$2500 ICDI 

GIF CERTIFICATE 

FROM OUR CHILDREN'S 
WEAR DEPARTMENT 



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SEMRS 



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For the 

FIRST BABY OF '93... 

A 25 GIFT CERTIFICATE 

Compltte Selection of 

CHILDRENS & INFANT 

FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES 

Also available 

BABY SHOWER SERVICES 

AND 

BABYROOM DECORATING 

Owner: DIANE LANTEIGNE 

Bout Chou 



SUPERMALL 



546-4066 



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FOR A 

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Canon ^-^nrj/j 

2-5" X 7" or 8" X 10" 

. COLOR ENLARGEMENTS 

From the 
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^ CHALEUR 

CENTRE 

548-0088 



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^25 Gift Certificate 

towards the purchase of a handmade 

baby sleigh or any other item in the store. 

This offer valid until April 8, 1993 



BATHURST 

HOME HARDWARE 

1234 St. Peter Ave. 

548-3323 



^Home 

^ ^hardware 



buLldrng centre 



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INSURANCE LTD. 



BATHURST 

ALTERNATOR 

& STARTER 



CLOVIS 

SEPTIC SERVICE 



PABINEAU 

BAND 



BATHURST 

PHOTO SERVICE 



SEABOARD 

TRANSPORT 

LTD. 




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TRUSS LTD. 



BATHURST 

CHAMBER OF 

COMMERCE 



MARITIME 

RUBBER 

TECH LTD. 



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BATHURST 

INTERNATIONAL 



NORTHEAST 
FUELS 



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SIGNS 



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MunidpdMcs, Culture and Housing 
Munkipaliite, Culture cf Habkatlon 



INDUSTRIAL 
RUBBER 



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VERRET 



COOP 

NEPISIGUiT 

CO-OP 



BABIES BORN IN 1992 




Chrlttin* 

April 16, 1992 

Daughltr of 

Andr* & Donna 

ConMau 




Janna Raa 

September 10, 1992 

daughter of 

Stephanie 

HIckey 




Stephanie 

July 3, 1992 

daughter of 

Cathy & Michael 

Jennings 




Jeremy 

April 26, 1992 

•on of 

Shelly 

Boucher 




Tyler Raymond 

May 2, 1992 

•on of 

Gary & Margaret 

Doucet 




Ricky 

May 6, 1992 

•on of 

RoiMid & Denlae 

LaBlanc 




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Caasandra 

June 15, 1992 

daughter of 

Dorothy Ducroa^ & 

Claude Legacy 




Josiar«e 
February 20, 1992 

daughter of 

Allrte Blanchard & 

Af>dri Cormier 




Jacob Kirby 
March 27, 1992 

•on of 

Ronnie & Brenda 

Ealiger 




Mathleu 
July 29, 1992 

•on of 
Nadine & Mike 

Doucet 




Lyne 

January 20, 1992 

daughter of 

Claudette & Maurice 

Hachey 




Dam Ian 
October 28. 1992 

•on ol 

Lorraine Gultard A 

Alfred Mazerolle 




Stephanie 

Feb. 29, 1992 

Daughter of 

Daniel A Anne Marie 

Doucet 




Jennie Elizabeth 

May IS, 1992 

daughter of 

John & Janet 

Ruaaell 




Brad Gary 
July 12, 1992 

Son of 

ChanUl a Gary 

Gultard 




Jaan Fran^ol* 

May 9, 1992 

•on ot 

Suaie A Jocelyn 

Paulin 




Corey Ivan Alexander 

Sept 4, 1992 

Son ot 

Ivan Cyr A 

Uaa Aucoln 




Catherine Eliza 

April 15, 1992 

daughter ot 

Diane A Donald 

Doucet 





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R«mi 
April 14, 1992 

eon of 

GInette A Gillea 

Doucet 




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Danielle Elizabeth 

May ie, 1992 

daughter of 

Keith i Maryann 

Anderaon 



Chlasson & 

Francoeur 

Certified Management 

Accountants 




Jean-Rene 
July 5, 1992 

•on of 

Rh«al A Unda 

Araeneau 




Carolina 

March 26, 1992 

Daughter ot 

Steptien A Franclne 

Leet 




Kevin Yvon 

September 11, 1992 

son ol 

Yvon Gionet & 

Brenda Glazier 




Shannle 

Aug. 25, 1992 

Daughter ol 

Louiae Doucet A 

Claude Roy 



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MB POWER 

ENERGIE NB 



FOYER 

NOTRE DAMES 

DE 

LOURDES 




TImmy Joe 

May 8, 1992 

eon ol 

Joanne A Michael 

Araeneau 




Curtia 
April 10, 1992 

eon ot 

Kevin A Trine 

McGregor 



Hfi ^^^1^1 


Mathleu 


Claude 


April 2 


1992 


•on 


ol 


Marte-May 


A Claude 


Imbeault 




Tyler Scott 
April 19, 1992 

Son of 

Nancy A Scott 

Muiiin 



KERR'S 

Chain Saw 

Service 



BATHURST 
TOWING 



LN. BOUDREAUl 

BUILDING 
SUPPLIES 



SPEEDY 



PAOPANC 



CHEZ BOUDREAU 

DEPANNEUR VIDEO 

GARAGE 

GAS & DIESEL 



PITRE'S 
TROPHIES 

Beresford 



ROYAL BANK ^ 
OF 
CANADA 




STELLA'S 
SHOP 

Downtown Bathurst 




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Supermoll 



700 St. Peter Ave. 



PAPETERIE 
LEGERE 

OFFICE SUPPLY 



ROLAND 
AUBE 

Conselllier 
Ville de Beresford 



PLACE 

BATHURST 

MALL 

1300 St. Peter Ave. 



TREMBLAY 
MEUBLES 



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IBDO 

DUNWOODY 
WARDMALLETTE 



COUNTRY 

I N\& SUITES 



COLDWELL BANKER 
KEYSTONE REALTY 



DIAMOND LENS 
TAXI 



WEST END ALIGNMENT 

AND 
RYDER TRUCK RENTALS 



ENSEIGNESn ^ 

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IPSIGNSS^ 



Bathurst Machine Shop 

and 

Mandate Erectors 

arxl 

Welders Ltd. 



JIM'S 
RESTAURANT 



Pearl & John 

DUFFY 



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CARPET & TILE 



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HOME HARDWARE 



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BANK OF COMMERCE 



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548-8838 





Fantasia 

OctotMr 7, 1992 

daughter ol 

Danlaa ThaHault & 

Wayna Wong 



Godin's Electric Ltd. 

and 

House of Fixtures Ltd. 



NORTH SHORE 
WELDING SUPPLY ltd. 



B.J. 
FURS 



ATLANTO 
HOME IMPROVEMENT 



I BOWLARAMA 

2020 St. Peter Ave. 

546-2020 




Julia 
Scptambaf 18, 1992 

daughtar ol 
Vanyaa Daalardin* A 

Glllas Bryar 




SamanliM Randl 
Juna 9, 1992 
daughtar of 

BrafMla & Randy 
Ruaaall 




Jordon 

April 26, 1992 

•on of 

Kally 

Chlaaaon 




Tamika 

May 11, 1992 

daughtar of 

ttorman Carrier & 

Darlana Mallalay 



BABIES 

BORN 

IN 

1992 





Alexandra Nallla Rosa 

April 17, 1992 

daughtar of 

Oanis ft Rhonda 

Chlasson 




Alyanna ft Alyssa 

April 16, 1992 

Twin daughters ol 

Paula 

Mazerolle 



Molly 

May 5, 1992 

daughter ol 

Norma ft Chris 

Saunders 



Pascal 

September 11, 1992 

aon ol 

Uo-Paul ft Marie Jos«e 

Vlanneau 



MManIa 

July 15, 1992 

daughter ol 

Harold ft Nancy 

Ijvlgna 



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Melissa 

July 10, 1992 

daughter ol 

Bonnie Cleric ft 

Robert OeGrace 



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Karianne 

November 27, 1992 

daughter ol 

Use ft Robert 

Hach« 




Gabrlella 

April 11, 1992 

daughter ol 

Suzanne ft Ctauda 

VIennaau 




Steven 

November 22, 1992 

aon ol 

Sylvia ft Daniel 

Ross 



Christopher 
May 31, 1992 

•on ol 

Larry ft Carta 

Roy 



NEW 
[IMAGE 



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Colin Palrlci( 

February 23, 1992 

aon ol 

Grace ft Keith 

Kenny 




Justin and Jason 
August 31, 1992 

twin sons ol 

Allison ft Richsrd 

Vlanneau 




Nataaha Paacale 

May 5, 1992 

daughter ol 

Debbie Fellows-Hachey ft 

Paul Hachey 



Wline 

September 19, 1992 

daughter ol 

Linda ft Jacouaa 

Chamberlain 



Pauick 

July 13, 1992 

son ol 

Tsnya 

RoMchaud 



Karyann 

July IS, 1992 

daughter ol 

Ted ft Th«r*ae 

Ostroskl 



REGION 6 
HOSPITAL CORP. 



HENRY WHITE 
INSURANCE 




Shanella 
November 5, 1992 

daughter ol 
Nancy Gultard ft 

Jules Gallant 



Harley David 
July 16, 1992 

son ol 
John ft Anne 

Mann 




Jacob Robbin 
February 25, 1992 

son ol 

Marie ft Robbin 

Daley 



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Kathleen Mary Vanaaaa 

November 28, 1992 

daughter ol 

Kevin ft Sherry 

Garland 




Kevin 

February 12, 1992 

son ol 

Sonla ft Roger 

Comeau 




Malanle Anne 

September 24. 1992 

daughter ol 

Jaokia Duguay ft 

Paul Lavaaque 



LOCAL 5385 

UNITED STEEL WORKERS 

OF AMERICA 



EDDY 



CAISSE 
POPULAIRE 

DE BERESFORD LTEE 




Brat Aubrey 

November 4, 1992 

daughter ol 

Troy ft Lynn (FauMs) 

Hermansky 




MItchal 

November 8, 1992 

aon ol 

Eric ft Susan 

Meianson 



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Nicolaa John KeHy 

April 10, V.'iJ. 

aon ol 

Marcella Kelly ft 

Brurto Blanchard 




Joftathan 
September 25, 1992 

aon ol 
Richard ft Danielle 

Thibeault 




Shelby Lynn 
January 20, 1992 

daughter ol 

Donald ft Suzan 

Hachey 




Mikaet-QIRMrt 
November 14. 1992 

aon ol 

Monlque ft Mario 

Roy 



tt 



Bank 

of 

Montreal 



CHALEUR REGIONAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

COMMISSION INC. 



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King Avr, 



Bathurtt 



BEN'S 
BAKERY 




Ph*mle 

April 28, 1992 

daughter ol 

Joseph ft Th*r*se 

MalHet 



Timothy DoiMid 
April 29, 1992 

aon ol 

Jen ft Carol 

Gregson 




Danlka MIchMe 

May 31, 1991 

daughter ol 

Nathalie Roussel ft 

Daniel No«l 




"Nlcholaa", Joahua, Benjamin 
October 17, 1992 

eon ol 
Marc Boucher ft 
Pauline Therlault 



Alyssa 

June 26, 1992 

daughter ol 

Audrey ft Doug 

Sherrard 




Marie Claude 

April 16, 1992 

daughter ol 

Jaclnta ft Marcel 

PauHn 



Connor Floyd 

December 30, 1991 

son ol 

Cindy ft Jaan Fran^ola 

Fontaine 




Samantha Lynn 

Juna 8, 1992 

daughter ol 

Lynn ft Marc 

Boudraau 




A..A-' 



Da nice 
January 1, 1992 

daughter ol 

Daniel ft Lucia 

PItra 




Patrick R«ml 

Juna 28, 1992 

aon ol 

Roger ft Monlqw 

Boudreau 



ATLANTIC 
RENTALS 



David MoCaltrayfilodIrt 

July 19, 1992 

son ol 

Carlena McCaflray ft 

Patrice Godin 




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DfllUMy IMI^ 

September 6, 1992 

daughter ol 

GInelta ft Philippe 

Calssle 



GILBERTS 

Septic Tank & Boomtruck 

SERVICE 



ROY 

CONSULTANT 

El 



FLEURISTE 

GARDENIA 

FLORIST 



G.E. BOUDREAU 
& SON/FILS 
BERESFORD 



QUALITY 

SWIMMING POOL 
SERVICES 



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413 KING AVE. 



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TAXI 



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IRVING 
CAR WASH 



MURPHY'S 

JEWELLERS 



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GROCERIES LTD. 



ST. ISIDORE 

ASPHALTE LTEE. 



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SUPPLY (1978) Ltd. 



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TAKE OUT 

Petit Rocher 



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FUELS 



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GARAGE 



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IRVING 



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Nepislguit Chaleur 
Solid Waste 
Commission 



BATHURST 
HERITAGE TRUST 
COMMISSION 



BAXTER'S 

CORNER STORE 



SUPERIOR 

PROPANE INC. 




BATHURST 



PETER'S 

BARBER SHOP 



BATHURST 

MECHANICS 

PLUS LTD. 



Midas Muffler 

and 
Brake Shops 



BATHURST 

FIRE 

DEPARTMENT 



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THE INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS 



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BABIES BORN 





Akx Jo««ph 

S«pt*mb«r 15, 1992 

•on ol 

Malinda I. R«n« 

HacM 




F«ll«h« Clara 
March 22, 1992 

daughtar of 
Katth ft Saivdra 
Vortmann-Allalr 




'■•■la 



Erika 

April 10, 1992 

daughtar o( 

Nancy ft Ghlalain 

Noal 




Joal 

Saptamber 29, 1992 

•on of 

Jim ft Mariana 

Couture 




Elalna (Loulaa) 

July 27, 1992 

daughter of 

Mark ft Uaa 

HIckay 



Karl Bvia 
May 1, 1992 

aofl of 

Ralph ft Suzla 

Grvanawald 



Janny 

JutM 30, 1992 

daughtar ol 

Loulaa ft Mario 

Tharlault 



Maxima Joal 

May 15, 1992 

•on of 

Roger ft Huguatte 

Comeau 



Nathan Gerald 

March 15, 1992 

•on of 

Jaannetta Legacy ft 

Jerry Gultard 




January 8, 1992 

daughter ol 

Paul ft IManne 

Gray 




Tylai 
March 23, 1992 

•on of 

Sandra ft Lloyd 

Lavlgne 



JMiiile 
February IS, 1992 

Son of 

Unda ft RAnaM 

Boudreau 




J«r«inle 

September 24, 1992 

•on of 

Mich«le ft Roger 

Gultard 




Sl^phartle 

June IS, 1992 

Daughter of 

MtrlAne Palletler ft 

Charlea Dalgla 




Ashley 

October 18, 1992 

daughter of 

Sylvia ft Kevin 

Patera 




Stephanie Lucie Maria 

May 3, 1992 

daughtar of 

Marcia Baaque ft 

Gary Legacy 




Sarah 

March 23, 1992 

daughtar of 

Debbie ft Jean Claude 

Barnard 




Joahua Terrance 

April 4, 1992 

aon of 

Terry ft Franclne 

Smith 




Alexandre 
17 f«vrler, 1992 

•on of 
Lyne ft Gerald 

VIenneau 




Jeffrey Benaon 
January 28, 1992 

•on of 

Jackie ft Benaon 

Good 




Steven Philippe 
July 21, 1992 

•on of 
Monlque Roy ft 
Donald Ljgac4 




Mylaine 

September 13, 1992 

daughtar of 

Pierre ft Louale 

Boucher 




Am«lle 

September 12, 1992 

daughter of 

Tina ft GIlia* 

Bryar 




Valerie 

September 18, 1992 

daughter of 

Tod Lavlgne ft 

Diane Duma* 



Matthew 
April 12, 1992 

aon of 
Wendy ft Frank 

Sullivan 



Samantha 
March 28, 1992 

daughtar of 

Charie* ft Diana 

L^gacA 



Aahley 
January 13, 1992 

daughter of 
Donald ft Cindy 

Doucel 



Vicky 

April 18, 1992 

daughter of 

Loula ft Sylvia 

Lagace 



Jenna 

April 15, 1992 

daughter of 

Wayne ft Jeanne 

Hachey 




Vaneaca Lynn 

June 16, 1992 

daughter of 

Charlene ft Wayne 

Doueet 




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Trevor David 
Oct. 18, 1992 

aon of 

DavM ft Unda 

EWa 




Colton 
August 18, 1992 

•on of 

Doug A Karen 

Coomba 



S4baatien 

28 lulilet, 1992 

•on of 

Suzanite Boucher ft 

Michel Bryar 




Joel Allan 

July 19, 1992 

•on of 

Allan ft Carol Ann 

Cormier 



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Your local 

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Dealer 



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BlQ MiverHoad MMiH 



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ENGINEER & CONSTRUCTOR 
LTD. 



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RICHARD'S 

BARBER 

SHOP 



GLORIA'S 

UNISEX 

BEAUTY SALON 



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BATHURST 




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ANIMAL 

SHELTER 



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AUTO REPAIR 



AIM 

AUTOMOTIVE 

SUPPLIES 



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OF LEE 
BATHURST 



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ENTREPRENEURSHIP 
CENTER INC. 




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BOTTLING 

LTD. 



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TRANSMISSION 

GARAGE LTD. 



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brunsujich mining 
smelting and rertllizer 




Accused in 
I jewelry case 
goes to trial 



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Bulletin 
Board 

Editor's not«: If your group 
or organization has an upcom- 
ing activity, this Is tha placa to 
tot paopto know about H. Plaasa 
nota howavar, that Itams for 
this column should ba brought 
in no latar than Friday at &pm., 
to halo ansura publication tha 
following 



EXPRESS YOUR 
OPINION 

IN A 

LETTER TO THE EDITOR 

IN 

THE NORTHERN LIGHT 



Pet of the Week 

Say ah I 




Whoops! I guess the photogra- 
pher told me to smile; I thou^t he 
said to open wide. Oh, well... 

Anyway, I'm a one-year-old 
black female kitty who has been 
neutered and decUwed. (No need 
to worry about me using your new 
chair as a scratching post!). My 
name is Sparky and I would very 
much like lo have a home 

If you're interested, come over 
to the Bathurst Animal Shelter, at 
975 Sutherland Ave. (phone 
548-8537). 



SERVICE 




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Sarvica Manager 

BAYSIDE 'ZUr 

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Birthday Corner 

/* your youngster having a birthday? Biing a snapshot 
into Birthday Corner and we'll tell everyone! Please have 
your photos in by Friday M 5 p.m. 



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TODAY 

-The regular monthly meeting of the 
Ladies Auxiliuy will be held it 1 p.m. in 
the auditorium of the Herman J. Good VC 
Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. 
The executive will meet at 7 p.m. in the 
ladies' lounge. 

-Public health nurses will hold a well- 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services. 163 St. An- 
drew St.. today from 9 a.m. U> 1 1 a.m. and 
from 1 p.m. to 3p.m., as well as on Jan. 7, 
12, 13, and 14. One parent must be 
present for the child to have his or her 
Immunization. Appointments should be 
made one month in advance by calling 
547-2702. 
SATURDAY 

— Eco-Chaleur, the North Shore environ- 
mental group, will hold its annual general 
meeting on at 10:30 a.m. in Room 229 of 
ihe Bathurst Community College. Every- 
one is invited lo attend. Ideas for projects 
concerning environmental issues are 
needed and will be welcomed. Bring a 
luttch. 
MONDAY 

-The Northern Click Camera CLub will 
meet in Room 234 at Bathurst High 
School at 7:30 p.m. The theme for 
January is Reflections or Sshadow and 
Light Remember lo bring your photos. 
UPCOMING 

--United Commercial Travelers, Bathurst 
Council 827. will hold its Tifth annual pig 
roast at the Gowan Brae Golf and 
Country Club on Saturday Jan. 23 at 7 
p.m. Everyone is welcome. Tickets are 
available from Mike at 548-2396 or 
GcraU at 546-2529 or 546-4491. 
OTHEK HAPPENINGS 
-The Bathurst chapter of the Irish Cana- 
dian Cultural Association's homemade 
fruitcake was won by John Whelton of 
Black Rock. 

-Lynn Boitson of Petit Rocher won the 
quilt and matching cushions in the Big 
River Senior Citizens' lottery. 
-Callingall bunting tossers. sparken and 
coders! The 1993 Naval Communicators 
reunion will be held in Halifax, at the East 
Coast Canadian Port from July 2 to 4. 
New attractions include the HMCS Hali- 
fax, the Sailot Statue at Sackville Landing 
and the last corvette. HMCS Sackville. 
For more information write P.O. Box 297 
Dartmouth, NS. B2Y 3Y3. 



A Bathurst-area man charged with 
theft over $1,(X)0 waived his preli- 
minary hearing in provincial court 
Dec. 30. 

Teddy Hachey, 34, declined his 
preliminary hearing and opted to go 
straight to trial by judge and jury. No 
dale has been set for his court 
appearance yet 

Mr. Hachey is one of two men 
charged in connection with an Oct. 12 
robbery at Murphy's Jewelers. He 
has been remanded since his arrest. 

"'Bathurst-area resident Edward 
Sisk, 19, also charged with theft over 
$1 ,0(X) in connection with the crime, 
is scheduled to appear in provincial 
court Thursday at 1:30 p.m. for his 
rial. 



Vehicle trashed 

Grime 
Stoppers 



Between May 14 and IS last year, a 
screener owned by Doucet Land- 
scaping was vandalized. The vehicle, 
which had been in a field off St. Anne 
Street, had its tires slashed and wiring 
damaged. The perpetrators also put 
soil in the fuel tank and the hydraulic 
oil tank. 

If you have any information about 
this crime or any other crimes, please 
call Crime Stoppers at 
1-800-222-8477. If your information 
leads lo an arrest, you may qualify for 
a cash award. 




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A smart way to cope 
when the lights go out 

A simple guide to handling power blackouts 



Power failures in the Chaleur 
region are not uncommon during 
these frigid winter months. You can 
cope easier, however, by following 
guidelines set by Emergency Pre- 
paredness Canada. 

To begin with, the EPC recomends 
Slocking up on food and other neces- 
sities. Items such as flashlights, 
latems, candles, fresh batteries, a 
radio and malhches will prove inva- 
luable, if local stores and gas stations 
are closed due to the power failure. 

A good supply of fuel for a 
wood-burning stove or flreplace will 
help keep you warm. (Please note, 
however, that any use of emergency 
heaters, stoves or gas barbecue must 
be certified by the Canadian Stan- 
dards Association.) 

Those are all things you can do to 
prepare for an outage. When an 
outage actually occurs, the first thing 
to do is verify if your home is the only 
one affected. You should also tune in 
to a battery-powered radio for 
information. 

The next step is to turn off lights 




In The Kitchen 

Secretary's 
veggie soup 



In the kitchen this week is 
Margaret Bass, administrative 
secretary at Place Balhurst Mall. 

Margaret and her husband Ste- 
phen, a Bruns- 
wick Mines em- 
ployee, are both 
Bathurst natives. 
They have two 
children, Stacy, 
13, and Andrew, 
11. 

Margaret's soup recipe is 
simple, healthy and delicious — a 
great way to start off New Year's 
resolutions to lose weight. 

Veggie Soup ^■:; 
6 c. water 

1 bunch celery, chopped 

2 tbs. onion flakes, or I small 
chopped onion 

112 green pepper, diced 
6 0X0 cubes (chicken flavor) 
1/8 tsp. pepper 
1/8 tsp. sweetener or dash of 
sugar 

3 carrots, chopped 
1/2 cabbage, shredded 
1/2 tbs. lemon Juice 

1 large can tomatoes 
1 large can string beans 
1 small can mushrooms, 
drained 

Combine water and OXO cubes 
in a large pot Add remainiiig 
ingredients. Simmer for 1 hour, 
stirring occasionally. 

MONTHLY CAKE DRAW 

You can win a delicious 
cake from Jamieson's Save- 
Easy, Place Bathurst Mall. 

To enter, submit a recipe to 
In The Kitchen, c/o The 
Northern Light, P.O. Box 416, 
Bathurst, E2A-3Z3, along 
with your name, telephone 
numbed and photo. 

January's winner is Joan 
Pettigrew. 



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Place Bathurst Mall 
Rough Waters Drive 

Beresford 

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and appliances that were functioning 
prior the shortage, as best as you can 
remember. This will avoid damage 
by a surge of electricity when the 
power comes back on. Then, put on 
extra clothing, avoid alcohol con- 
sumption and turn on emergency 
heating units. 

In the extreme case of having to 
leave the building due to the cold, tiie 
EPC says it is important lo turn off 
the water main, isulate the pipes and 
meters, open all water taps and drain 
the toilets several times. Household 
appliances such as dishwashers and 
washing machines must also be 
drained. 

When the power returns, make 
sure the hot-water heater is filled 



with water before turning on the 
power. Then, replace the furnace flue 
if it has been removed and turn off the 
emergency heating unit. Turn on the 
water supply and warm the building 
slightly above normal temperature 
for a few hours. 

Finally, to help people get back to 
their normal daily routines after a 
long power failure, the EPC recom- 
mends that frozen and refrigerated 
foods be checked for spoilage. If the 
freezer has been kept closed, food 
should stay frozen 24 to 48 hours. 

Power outages are at the very least 
a nuisance, but following these 
simple steps can minimize your stress 
in this kind of situation. 



New facts on fluoride 
supplements for kids 
have come into play 



Think Prevention! 

A eokiinn on pravtntiv* hMlth, 
written by maffltwrs of th« 
Department of Pubtk Health 

Recently, the Canadian Dental 
Association announced its support 
for the recommendations of the Ca- 
nadian Conference on the Evaluation 
of Current Recommendations Con- 
cerning Fluorides. 

The review was done because of 
the provram benefit of using fluoride 
to prevent cavities and suengthen. 
However, teeth but questions were 
being asked about the levels of 
fluoride supplements being 
recommended. 

The conference presented a num- 
ber of recommendations, which have 
also been accepted by the New 
Brunswick Department of Health and 
Community Services. These recom- 
mendations are summarized here: 

1. Fluoridation of communal/ 
public water supplies at recom- 
mended levels is to be encouraged, 
especially for those people who have 
little access to other sources of 
fluoride. 

2. Monitoring of the fluoride levels 
of public water supplies should be 
carried out and adjusted to prevent 
wide fluctuations in fluoride levies. 

3. Children who are less than three 



should not be taking fluoride 
supplements. 

4. Ruoride supplements should be 
given to children, starting at age 
three, and continued until they are 12 
and their permanent molars have 
erupted, in areas where the level of 
fluoride in the drinking water is less 
than 0.3 ppm (parts per million). 

5. Fluoride supplements should 
only be sold in chewable form and 
available only as behind-the-counier 
products. 

6. Excessive fluoride intake should 
be avoided. One important way of 
doing this is to limit the amount of 
fluoride toothpaste your child is 
using. A pea-sized amount is suffi- 
cient. An adult should watch the child 
when he/she is brushing to minimize 
the amount of toothpaste swallowed. 

Before giving fluoride supple- 
ments to your children, aged three 
and over, have your drinking water 
checked for fluoride. This is a free 
service offered by your local Public 
Health office. Once your water has 
been tested, you will receive the 
appropriate information for your 
family. 

For more information, contact 
your dentist or phone the Public 
Health office at 547-2062. 

Written by Dr. Annette S^guin, 
District Medical Health OfTicer for 
the Bathurst region. 



Mersereau gets medal 
from lieutenant-governor 



Former Bathurst resident Father 
Charles Mersereau has received a 
special medal honoring his outstand- 
ing service to the province. 

On Nov. 27, Father Mersereau was 
among 17 New Brunswickers to 
receive a commemorative Canada 
125 medal from Lieutenant- 
Govenwr Gilbert Finn. The medals, 
approved by Queen EUzabeth II, arc 
to recognize the recipient's signific- 
ant contributions lo Canada, their 
community and to thei** fellow 
Canadians. 

Father Mersereau, now a resident 
of Nelson-Miramichi, was awarded 
the medal for his contribution as a 
historian in that region. He is the 
owner of the Governor's Mansion in 
Nelson-Miramichi, and was instru- 
mental in having several buildings in 
that region declared as national his- 
toric sites. 

He also said the decoration is a 
reminder of the values of service, the 
individual respect and the commun- 
ity effort on which Canada was built, 
and which will always contribute to 
the quality of life in this country. 

The medals have only been 
awarded on two other occasions. 




Father Charles Mersereau 




A candle in the hand... 

Employee Beth Dronsfield of the Dollar Bills store at the Supermall is making sure that her customers have a good 
selection of candles to choose from. Stocking up on such supplies at home or at work is recommended by Emergency 
Preparedness Canada, in the event of a power outage. See story at left (Northarn Ught Photo) 

Wise words to heed for the New Year 



"The Lord himself goes before you 
and will be with you; he will never 
leave you nor forsake you. Do not be 
discouraged." 

Deuteronomy 31:8 NIV 

When we consider the circum- 
stances in which these words were 
spoken, our personal interest is ar- 
oused. The people of Israel had faced 
many crises since leaving Egypt, yet 
their present crisis seemed far greater 
than all. They were facing the very 
river which they must cross to reach 
the land of Canaan. They were at a 
k>ss for direction because their great 
leader, Moses, was dead. The man on 
whom they had depended on and 
from whom they had received so 
much was gone. 

Moses had led them in the deli- tr- 
ance from Pharaoh, through the de- 



Help For Today 



By mambara ol Iha 
Bathural MInlatarlal Aaaociallon. 



sen voyage, in the formation of a 
government and a priestly ministry. 
But now, he was taken away. Why? 
What next? 

There are many in our city and 
province who are looking to the new 
year with apprehension and misgiv- 
ing. The question on many minds 
may be "What is the next crisis?" 
"What will 1993 bring me that will be 
worst than 1992?" To all of you God 
offers the promise in Verse 8 of 
Deuteronomy, Chapter 31. 

As with the Israelites facing the 



River Jordan, the Lord wants to speak 
to our fears. What the Lord said to the 
Israelites, in essence, was "You may 
no longer have Moses, but you do 
have Me." Many of you may no 
longer have your jobs or your sec- 
urity but you can have the presence of 
the Lord who will in no way let you 
down and who wants to guide you. 
Do not cross your Jordan alone. 
"Humble yourselves, therefore, 
under God's mighty hand, that he 
may lift you iip in due time. Cast all 
your anxiety on Him because He 
cares for you." 1 Peter 5:6. 7 NIV 

May the Lord bless you richly this 
year with His presence and power to 
see beyond the "Jordans" and to catch 
a glimpse of the "Promised Lands." 

Written by Robert Landry, pas- 
tor of A.E.B.N. 



Contact lenses need proper care 



In recent years, more and more 
people have started to wear contact 
lenses. They are more effective in 
certain occupations and are desirable 
for cosmetic reasons. 

Contact lenses are available in 
either hard or soft form. They must be 
properly fiued for the individual by 
an ophthalmologist 

Hard lenses are a form of plexi- 
glass. They are non-porous (no open- 
ings); do not absorb water: may be 
uncomfortable for some people; can- 
not be worn for long periods of time 
and may "pop" out of position. 

Soft lenses are made of polymer 
gel. They are porous, more comfort- 
able, absorb water and are more 
flexible. Since these lenses absorb 
water, they should not be worn 
swimming in a pool or salt water 
unless you wear goggles and a mask. 

There are also extended-wear 
lenses that are made of a permeable 
plastic and they can be worn continu- 
ously for weeks or months. They are 
more expensive than the usual soft 
lenses and extra fitting time is neces- 
sary. They are not completely 
trouble-free. After wearing these 
lenses for a long period of lime, a 
person may eventually develop in- 
tolerance (unable to wear) to the 
lenses. 

If contract lenses are not used 
properly, you may develop corneal 
damage (related to the part of the eye 
that bulges forward from the general 
shape of the eye) abrasions or 
scratches, and ulcers and eye 




VON In 
The 90's 

By VERONICA 
RATCHFORO 



infections. 

You may take certain precautions 
when wearing contact lenses: 

1. Always wash your hands before 
touching the lenses. 

2. Clean the lenses with only 
solution recommended by your 
doctor. 

3. Keep the storage kit clean. 

4. Do not wear the lenses longer 
than the doctor recommends. 



5. E)o not sleep with the lenses in 
place. 

6. Follow your doctor's orders in 
regards to eye make-up. 

7. Keep chemicals such as soaps, 
lotions, creams, perfume, deodorant 
sprays, hair spray, and household 
sprays away from your eyes. 

8. Have your eyes checked every 
six months by your ophthalmologist. 

Remember that your eyes are very 
important. Therefore, take the proper 
care and protection needed to main- 
tain good vision. 

The VON Balhurst Branch Inc. 
wish all of our clients, our supporters, 
and the general public a happy, 
healthy 1993. 

Veronica Ratchford is executive 
director of the Bathurst VON. 



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Suds on Sunday draws 
mixed reaction here 

Law changed, pubs can open on Sunday 



Area pub operators are split on 
whether (hey will open for business 
on Sundays, and have a "wait and 
see" altitude 

On Dec. 20, the New Brunswick 
Liquor Licensing Board changed its 
regulation to permit "all beverage 
rooms in the province" to open on 
Sundays. The pubs are limited to 
serving bottled and draft beer, and no 
hard liquor. 

"1 am rjot very happy with the plan 
because we only have one day off as 
it is." said Jimmy Chamberlain, 
owner of the Sportsman Tavern on 
Main Street. Mr. Chamberlain said 
the tavern tried one shift on Dec. 27, 
but the results were "mediocre." 

"Considering (here was no public- 



ity, I suppose the Sunday shift was 
fair but if the other clubs open, we 
have to follow along. I will give it a 
one-month trial period until mid- 
January and decide then." 

Grace Lee. owner-manager of 
Pitcher's Pub. has decided not to 
open on Sundays for now. 

"January is not a good time to add 
an extra day of business anyway, and 
we all need a day of rest," she said, 
adding. "We may consider it later in 
February, but 1 think we would need 
to offer something besides just an 
open room to draw people in on 
Sundays." 

However. Wild Goose Tavern 
owner Peter Kennah, is pleased with 
the regulatory change. The Wild 
Goose has already been open on 



Sunday Dec. 20 and Sunday Dec. 27. 

"No one is really aware of it yet, 
but I am happy the law was changed. 
This gives me the option of having 
sports parties, like Super Bowl Sun- 
day and other major sporting events. 
But we will experiment with Sunday 
openings at Hrst, see what happens, 
and then go from there." 

Robert Boudreau, manager of 
L'Escale in Petit Rocher, said busi- 
ness was "not too bad" the last two 
Sundays it was opened. 

"We need a few weeks or nwnths 
to decide just how good business is, 
but I really like the idea. It leaves it up 
to us to choose, like everywhere else 
in Canada. Before, we were the only 
province where pubs coukin't open 
on Sundays." 



Students are given chance 
to set up own business 



Waitress Dianne Frenette fills a pitcher at Pitcher's Pub. Pitcher's won't be opening on Sundays, at least for the time 
bemg, but other beverage rooms in the area are taking advantage of a recent change in provincial liquor laws. See story 
at top of page. ^^^^^^ Liohi Phoio) 



Bathurst-area university and col- 
lege students can compete for 12 
business jobs this summer, thanks in 
part to a pilot project held here last 
year. 

Twelve area university and com- 
munity college students will have an 
opportunity to hone their business 
skills and put their ideas into practice 
under a Youth Entrepreneurship 
pro^m announced Dec. 22 in Fre- 
dcncton by Bernard Valcouit, federal 
minister of employment and 
immigration. 

"It takes courage and dreams to be 
an entrepreneur, but it also takes 
careful planning and hard work." said 
Mr. Valcourt in a release, adding. 
'The Youth Entrepreneurship Por- 
gram will show young people how to 
put these elements together to come 
up with their own business success 
stories." 

A toul of 144 students in 12 
locations, including Bathurst, can use 
government monies from the 
Canada/New Brunswick Co- 



operation Agreement on entrepre- 
neurship and human resource deve- 
lopment, to set up small businesses. 

The program will be administered 
through regional Atlantic Canada 
Opportunities Agency (ACOA) of- 
fices. Each office will receive up to 
$43,600 10 cover start up costs for the 
businesses. 

The first phase of the program 
helps provide a solid foundation an 
business background. The second 
phase allows the young entrepreneurs 
lo put their knowledge to work 
through funding the start up of their 
business. 

During the fint year of this two- 
year program, each student will be 
required lo prepare a business plan 
for a company to be set up and run at a 
later date. OverapreiodoflO weeks, 
the students will determine how 
feasible their plan is. and they will 
benefit from meeting owners of small 
and medium-sized businesses in a 
kind of mentor program. 

The following summer, the stu- 



dents return to start their new busi- 
ness ventiues using their prepared 
business plans. They can get interest- 
free financial assistance with rebate 
incentives through the Student Ven- 
ture Capital Program. 

The first program of this kind was 
started in Restigouche county in 
1990. A pilot program was extended 
to six regions, including Bathurst, 
last year. Don Bishop, chairman of 
the Bathurst ACOA chapter, said the 
Bathurst program was one of the 
most successful pikM projects. 

"Our program was very well re- 
viewed, although most of the bu- 
sinesses were service- industry re- 
lated rather than manufacturing com- 
panies," said Mr. Bishop. "In fact, we 
are going to try for an additional 12 
positions here in Bathurst for a total 
of 24, so we can run the program in 
both languages." 

Last year s program was run in 
French at the community college, so 
this year, the program will be offered 
in English. 



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Council to 
ponder ban 
on smoking 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light StafT 

A bylaw on smoking restiictions in 
public places could come before 
Bathurst city council within a nionth. 

"We are going to get information 
from other municipalities as to how 
smoking restriction bylaws work 
there, and what they consist of, then 
bring some kind of resolution before 
council within a month," said Mr. 
Frenettc. 

According to a report recently 
released by the United Suies Envir- 
onmental Protection Agency, ci- 
gareuc smoke has a "serious and 
substantial public health impact" on 
non-smokers. 

The impact of second-hand smoke 
includes kiUing about 3,000 Ameri- 
can non-smokers from lung cancer 
a^ually, causing almost 300,000 
cases of bronchitis, pneumonia and 
other infections in children and in- 
f'Uits, contributing to ear infections 
which can cause deafness if not 
boated, and aggravates the fre- 
quency, symptoms and severity of 
asthma. 

In response to this four-year com- 
prehensive study, and other Canadian 
Hndings, Toronto has passed tough 
smoking regulations as of Jan. 1. 
They ban smoking in all Toronto 
workplaces, recreation centres, 
sports arenas, shopping malls, and 
theatres unless there is a fully en- 
closed, designated smoking area with 
a separate vent to the outside. 

Saint John is also considering 
implementing a similar ban, and has 
proposed it will fine businesses and 



individuals who do not abide with the 
bylaw. However, officials in the city 
are still discussing the issue. 

Mayor Freneue said that about a 
year ago, Bathurst council discussed 
a ban on smoking in city buildings, 
but at that time council decided rather 
than impose a bylaw, they would 
allow people to stop smoking inside 
voluntarily. 

"The voluntary system worked 
quite well, but maybe it is time to 
look at the issue of second-hand 
smoke again," said the mayor, ad- 
ding, "I have never smoked in my 
life, and I know there is nothing 
worse than walking into a room filled 
with smoke. The city should set an 
example with its facilites, and con- 
sider a ban." 

Deputy Mayor Silvana Bosca, who 
is also vice-president of the New 
Brunswick Lung Association, is 
waiting to see what happens in Saint 
John, but said second-hand smoke is 
equally dangerous to people. 

"Second-hand smoke is damaging 
to one's health as much as smoking 
is, and it is just as dangerous. I 
certainly would like to see smoking 
banned in city-owned buildings but 
also a bylaw that extends further into 
public buildings." 

Deputy mayor Bosca also said it is 
a bad sign that in a recent survey of 
12-year-old children in the United 
States, more kids recognize Joe 
Camel, the Camel cigarette cartoon 
character, than Mickey Mouse. 
(For more more on smoking, see 
Street Beat on page five, and the 
Think Prevention column on page 
IC.) 



State-of-art bowling 
coming to Beresford 



Bowling will take on a whole new 
perspective in the Chaleur region this 
spring. 

The world of duckpin bowling, 
complete with large finger-hole balls, 
is expected to come to Beresford this 
spring, thanks to Petit Rochcr deve- 
loper Jean-Guy Arseneau. 

Beresford town couiKil learned at 
Monday's regular monthly meeting 
that the $1.2 million facility is ex- 
pected to be completed by the end of 
April. 

"It's going to be one of the most 
modem ones around," mayor Real 
Boudrcau said. "Everything's elec- 
tronic; you won't even have to mark 
your own score." 

Council voted unanimously to ap- 
prove a permit for construction of the 
facility. It will be located between 
Scholten's convenience store and the 
Baie Village subdivision. 

In other council news, a meeting 



will be held Tuesday between numer- 
ous groups out to improve Beres- 
ford's image. 

Paul Losier, manager of the Down- 
town Beresford Revitalization Cor- 
poration, said the meeting will be 
used to hear a proposal by Via 
Madran Communications. That com- 
pany, based in Madran, was con- 
tracted to develop a plan for develop- 
ing and promoting the town, at a cost 
of about SI 4,000. 

Attending the meeting will be 
members of Beresford town council, 
the Beresford Chamber of Com- 
merce and the DBRC. 

"It's a meeting to bring everyone 
up to dale," Mr. Losier said. He added 
that the meeting is one of the preli- 
minary steps in achieving the corpo- 
rate image sought by the community. 

A strategy to develop Beresford's 
downtown area will also be 
discussed. 




Not a unicorn, a rabbicorn! 

All pets are special, but some a little more so. Amanda Boucher holds 
Bunny Rabbicorn, a three-month-old rabbit bom with only one ear. The rabbit 
is one of 10 owned by the Boucher family in Chamberiain SettleiQent 
Amanda, 1 1, is the daughter of Wayne and Patty Boucher of Chamberlain 
Settlement 

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A great way to start your day... 



Motorists were unable to cross the East Bathurst Bridge for almost an hour 
early Tuesday morning, due to flooding caused by a ruptured underground 
water line. About a foot of water on the bridge disrupted rush-hour traffic 
coming into the city's core. The water line is on property belonging to the 
Stone-Consolidated Inc. pulp and paper mill. Water flowed out from the 
property towards the bridge and froze in the sub-zero temperauires. The 



problem was compounded by snow-packed catch basin grates, which cover 
the storm sewers. As a result, the water could not drain, as it normally would 
have. Mill employees worked to stop the water leakage, while the city's 
Public Works Department uncovered the grates and placed salt and gravel on 
the bridge. 

(Northam Light Photo) 



VON being phased out in North 



In the distant future, home visita- 
tions will return under the jurisdic- 
tion of the Victoria Order of Nurses. 

That is the long-range prediction 
of Veronica Ratchford, the executive 
director of the Bathurst VON branch. 
Her comment was a response to the 
recent announcement that by next 
summer, the provincial health depart- 
ment plans to phase out government- 
funded home visits by VON in 
Northcm New Brunswick. Instead. 
Extra-Mural care workers will be 
used exclusively for the home health 
care program. 

"I think over the long term, many 
years from now, home care visits will 
come full circle and return to VON," 
said Mrs. Ratchford, adding. "There 
is a growing seniors' population, and 
evenuially the province will not be 
able to afford in-home visits on their 
own. VON has been proven to cost 40 
U) SO per cent less than Exu^-Mural 
care, and that will be very appealing 
when health programs become too 
expensive, and people have to start 
paying for home care visits 



themselves." 

At this moment, though, the ration- 
ale behind the VON cut is baffling to 
Mrs. Ratchford. 

"It is very upsetting, especially to 
our branch, which has been proven to 
be more cost-effective than extra- 
mural care. We have the same train- 
ing, same educations, and same qual- 
ifications as Extra-Mural nursing, yet 
we cost less because we receive a lot 
of support from the community. 

DOESN'T MAKE SENSE 

"For instance, the (Bathurst) Kins- 
men Club donates our space, and 
lighting costs, so already we are 
cheaper. Imagine having two work- 
ers, and one is paid S70 and the other 
is paid $34 for the exact same job, 
then the $34 worker is fued. It 
doesn't make sense." 

In a recent interview with the 
Telegraph Journal, Provincial 
Health Minister Russell King said the 
plan to eliminate VON home visits is 
one way the government is making 
health care more cost effective, and 



"Imagine having two workers, and one is 
paid $70 and the other is paid $34 for the exact 
same job, then the $34 worker is fired. It 
doesn't make sense." 

VON director Veronica Ratchford 



gives individuals a chance to be cared 
for at home instead of in a hospital. 

However, Mrs. Ratchford said 
terminally-ill patients can already 
receive home care from an Extra- 
Mural nurse, and that the new system 
will not be more cost-effective. 

"VON provided home care to 
people who do not need to be 
hospitalized, but perhaps need some 
extra attention because of a chronic 
condition, like an elderly person with 
diabetes. Extra-Mural provides more 
hospital-like care, with medical treat- 
ments similar to those provided by 
nurses in a hospital but in the comfort 
of a home environment 

"It is hard to articulate, but our 
philosophies and principles of care 



are very different. We are there to 
take the total household into consid- 
eration, while Extra-mural t^ats a 
person more like a patient. It s a very 
fine line." 

The current Bathurst staff consists 
of eight employees, who serve an 
area from Bellcdune to Sheila and 
Miscou. Mrs. Ratchford said she does 
not anticipate any jobs will be lost 
because of the elimination of home 
care by VON, but it will "eventually 
cost the taxpayer more." 

With National Von Awareness 
Week from Jan. 24 to 30, Mrs. 
Ratchford said she hopes Chaleur 
region residents will contact their 
MLAs to express their dislike of the 
phase-out plan. 



Pointe Verte mayor New armory's garage 

wants Post Office protest finished next nionth 



Pointe Verte mayor Maxime Le- 
jcune would like residents to protest 
the planned closure of the municipal 
post office on Jan. 25. 

"Village council is going to meet 
with Canada Post officials on Jan. 25 
to plan the public meeting on the post 
office closure, and I sure hope people 
show up to protest outside the (Pointe 
Verte) Municipal Building," said Mr. 
Lcjcune. "Although the public can't 
attend this meeting, they can show up 
and protest, and then come out again 
at the public meeting." 

In December, Canada Post an- 
nounced its intentions to close the 
post office in Pointe Vcite by March 



1993. Village residents wanting 
postal services will have to go to a 
full-service postal counter in a conve- 
nience store instead. 

This plan was seen by many 
residents as a blow to the heart of the 
community because the post office 
was one of the few places in Pointe 
Verte that residents met and talked 
casually. 

A post office has been operating in 
the community for more than 32 
years. One full-time and one part- 
time position will be eliminated by 
the closure. 

At the Jan. 25 meeting, a date will 
be arranged for the public meeting. 



Constniction of a five-bay garage 
for the new armory on Basin Road 
should be completed by mid- 
February. 

"The contractor started construc- 
tion on the new armory in mid- 
December, and the five-bay parage is 
being built first, then in mid- 
February, we should start on the 
actual armory," said CapL Jake Bell 
of the Second Batalion of the Royal 
New Brunswick Regiment (North 
Shore). 

The planned 3,5(X) square-foot 
armory will cost almost $5 million to 
build, and will house a drill fioor, 
administrative offices, classrooms. 



Airport deal with feds called 
for only capital funds: MP 



stores area, a five-bay maintenance 
garage, and an indoor rifle range. It is 
being built by Ramco Construction of 
Campbellton, which was awarded the 
government contract on Nov. 18, 
1992. 

"We should be able to occupy the 
building by March 1994, unless it is 
finished prior to that," said Capt. 
Bell. 

At that time, the current armory at 
the comer of Main Street and IX)u- 
glas Avenue will be disposed of, by 
Public Works Canada, according to 
the Crown Lands Disposal Act 

Also know as the Old Post Office, 
the building was constructed in 1889, 
and was officially designated as a 
historic site by Bathurst city council 
in 1989. 

The Bathurst Heritage Trust Com- 
mission would like to locate a herit- 
age museum in the building, but city 
council would need to approve — 
and find — money for the project. 



Acadic-Bathurst MP Doug Young 
says he is still lobbying for operating 
money for the Bathurst Regional 
Airport, a deal is a deal. 

"When the airport was built in 
Bathurst, the federal government 
poured literally millions of dollars in 
capital monies into the project, and it 
was agreed on at that time that the 
municipality would cover the annual 
operating budget," said Mr. Young. 
"Although many people, including 
myself, are trying very hard to 
change that, that was the deal agreed 
to." 

Bathurst Regional Airport Com- 
mission chairman Fidile Cormier 
recently announced that unless Ot- 
tawa provides $I20,0(X) annually in 
matching operating funds, the airport 
will have to charge a $15 user fee on 
round-trip tickets, starting in April. 

This user fee will help alleviate a 
$75,000 deficit from 1991, and also 
contribute to the airport's $450,000 
annual operating budget 

Regional airports in Charlo and 
Chatham receive federal funding for 



"Although many people, including myself, 
are trying very hard to change that, that was 
the deal agreed to." 
Acadie-Bathurst MP Doug Young 



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their operations. Many Bathurst Reg- 
ional Airport Commission members 
have said this gives those airports an 
unequal advantage, and would like 
the federal government to either 
eliminate all its operating grants, or 
give an equal amount to all airports in 
the region. 

Mr. Young said a user fee system is 
one of "several" possible solutions to 
the deficit problem. 

"With airline tickets costing what 
they do, I don't think a $5 or fe user 
fee per passenger is going to be the 
suaw that breaks the camel's back, 
but we shouldn't seriously look at it 
unless it is being done at other 
municipally-owned lerminals.^^ — 

According to Mr. Young, 
municipally-owned terminals are the 
future of airport ownership in 



Canada. 

"Right now, I can fly from Bath- 
urst to Montreal to Toronto, and not 
land in a federally-owned terminal. 
Already, the House of Commons is 
currently debating whether to privat- 
ize Terminal 3 at Toronto Interna- 
tional. With the major airline indus- 
try reorganization going on across the 
country, 1 see very significant 
changes being made." 

To that end, Mr. Young said he 
does not foresee any change in the 
ownership status of the Bathurst 
Airport 

"1 don't sec any change coming in 
the privatization of the Bathurst 
Airport, but I guarantee unequivoc- 
ally that it will keep going, no matter 
how we end up resolving the deficit 
issue. 



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Belledune sending 
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Results ol a S50,(X)() study on ihc 
Bcllcdunc port will be sent to the 
provincial government today 
Wednesday. 

The study was started in Septem- 
ber. It pinpointed the types of bu- 
sinesses Belledune could attract with 
its year-round black rock port. De- 
tails in the report will be publicly 
released later this month. 

The Atlantic Canada Opportuni- 
ties Agency and the Department of 
Commerce and Technology supplied 
the municipality with grants to pay 
for the report. 

It stales the study shows the area is 
suitable for a large business which 
requires a large amount of electricity. 

Belledune mayor Andy Flanagan 
said last week he thitiks a new 
approach should be taken to attract a 
large industry to the area which could 
use power from the SI billion 



450-megawalt NB Power Thermal 
Plant located in Belledune. He said 
this could lead to the construction of a 
second 450-megawatl coal-burning 
unit. 

"As long as 300 megawatts can be 
sold, a second unit would be con- 
structed," said Mayor Flanagan in a 
recent interview."! think wc should 
try to get an aluminum smelter or 
steel mill here instead of sending the 
power to Quebec, and seeing a 
thousand jobs created at a smelter 
there." 

Currently, the provincial govern- 
ment is actively seeking buyers for its 
electricity in the New England states 
and Quebec. Due to the recession, 
there has not been sufficient interest 
to warrant building the second unit, 
which would provide a strong eco- 
nomic boost to the region. 



Volunteer Centre had 
its best Christmas yet 



The Bathurst Volunteer Centre has 
experienced its best Christmas on 
record. 

"Since we rc-opcncd in mid- 
October, was have seen a steady 
increase in donations, especially 
from November on through Christ- 
mas," said director Mike Gcndron. 
"This is the best Christmas I have 
ever seen in terms of the amount of 
community support. Everyone, all 
sorts of different organizations and 
individuals, have become involved." 

Mr. Gendron said that since 
November, the centre has received 
about SI 6,000 in cash donations, 
more than 40,000 pounds of food 
valued at about 550,000 and more 
clothing than can be inventoried. 

"With what wc received over the 
Christmas season, we should be fine 
until mid-February for food, are 
almost overstocked in clothing, and 
the SI6,000 will help see us through 
until April 1. when we receive our 



government funding." 

This abundance is a good turn of 
events for the centre, which closed 
briefly Oct. 2 because it ran out of 
money. It reopened on Oct. 18, with a 
S20,000 advance from the provincial 
government. However, Mr. Gendron 
said the centre would still be in 
financial trouble if it was not for 
strong support from the community. 

"It seems the community is always 
there to see we get our share, and our 
piece of the pie, so even if donations 
slow down in January, which is only 
natural, we will be okay," he said, 
adding, "I really appreciate all the 
support and publicity we have 
received." 

The centre's board will be meeting 
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the 
1993 budget Mr. Gendron said he 
hopes by that time, the provincial 
government will have announced 
how much money the centre will 
receive in the new fiscal year. 



Obituaries 



Alice LeBrocq 

The death of Alice May Doris 
(Howard) LcBrocq occurred Jan. 4, 
1993 in While Rock, B.C. She was 
89. 

She was the daughter of the late 
John Ja mes and Alice Ma rjtarei 
(Hankins) Howard... 

Mrs. LeBrocq grew up in Mon- 
treal, attended school at Kings Hall 
Compton, and lived much of her 
married life in Bathurst, where many 
of her dear friends remain. 

She was a long-lime member of St. 
George's Anglican Church in Bath- 
urst, and a member of the Gowan 
Brae Golf and Country Club, also in 
Bathurst. 

She was pre-deceascd by her hus- 
band, L.C. William LeBrocq, in 
1992. They had been married 60 
years. 

She was also prc-dcccased by her 
sister Rorence McCaw, and brothers 
Gordon, Herbert and Percy. 

She was a loving aunt to Mary 
Cook, Mamie Curiston and Michael 
Howard, all of Calgary, Alta., Mal- 
colm McCaw of Surrey, B.C., and 
John Howard of Hornby Islarid. 

Funeral service was held Jan. 7 in 
the Chapel Hill Funeral Home chapel 
in Surrey, B.C. Reverend Peter Ni- 
block officiated. Interment was at 
Victory Memorial Park. 

Mrs. LcBrocq dearly loved child- 
ren. Therefore, in lieu of flowers, 
memorials may be made to the 
Canadian Save the Children Fund, 
care of the Chapel Hill Funeral 
Home, 14615 I6th Avenue. Surrey, 
B.C. 



Dale Aslle 

The death of Dale Asile of Van- 
couver, B.C., and formerly of Bath- 
urst, occurred suddenly on Dec. 24, 
1992. He was 27. 

He was the son of George (Buster) 
and Catherine Astle of Bathurst. 

Besides his parents, he is survived 
by his wife, Marie, one daughter, 
Catherine, and one son, George, all of 
Vancouver; and one brother, Christo- 
pher, of Bathurst 

The remains were cremated in 
Vancouver, with the ashes relumed 
to Maher's Funeral Home, Chatham. 
Burial will be in the family plot at St 
Paul's Anglican Church Cemeiery in 
Bushville, on the Miramichi. 

A memorial service will be held at 
a later date. 

The family would appreciate dona- 



tions 10 the memorial fund of St 
George's Anglican Church, Bathurst. 

FMs Scott 

The death of Ellis James Scou 
occurred Jan. 8, 1993 at Vancouver 
General Hospital in British Colum- 
bia. He was 79. 

Bom in Janeville, he was the son of 
Ephraim and Margaret Scou. 

Mr. Scott served in the Second 
World War from 1939 to 1945 with 
the Carleton and York Regiment. He 
was taken prisoner in 1943, and 
remained a prisoner of war until 
1945. 

Following the war, Mr. Scott 
moved to British Columbia, where he 
worked in the logging industry until 
his retirement in 1978. 

He was a life member of the Royal 
Canadian Legion, Branch No. 119, 
and the International Woodworkers 
of America. 

He was pre-deceased by his wife, 
Etta; his brother, J. Murray Scou; his 
nephew, Ellis Scou; and his parents. 

He is survived by his niece, Inez 
(Roy) Jardine of Calgary, Alta.; 
grand-nephew Stephen Scott (Fran- 
cine) of CF^ Gagetown; grand-niece 
Kim Doucel (Mario) of Bcrcsford; 
great grand-niece and -nephew Kris- 
tina Doucel and Ryan Scott; and 
many cousins. 

Funeral arrangements were in care 
of Maple Ridge Funeral Home, 
Maple Ridge, B.C. 

Mary Coolen 

The death of Mary Margaret 
Luella Coolen of Fox Point Lunen- 
burg County, N.S. occurred Jan. II, 
1993 at Victoria General Hospital in 
Halifax, N.S. She was 68. 

Bom in Bathurst she was the 
daughter of the late Ulric and Jennie 
(Murray) Doucet 

She was retired from the Registry 
of Motor Vehicles. 

She is survived by a daughter, 
Wanda, of Halifax; one half-brother, 
Marvin Ramsay, of Bathurst; and 
three half-sisters, Mrs. Empress 
Thompson (Herman) of Trenton, 
Ont, Mrs. Irma Graham (Donald) of 
Scarborough, Ont, and Mrs. Lyla 
Gallagher (Leo) of Bathurst 

She was pre-deceased by her hus- 
band, Ross Howard; and one sister, 
Marie Genevieve. 

A commital service was held at the 
Baptist Church Cemeiery, Fox Point 
with Reverend Michael Aud 
officiating. 



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The two senior militiamen going overseas to Bosnia-Herzegovinia inspect Canadian UN Peacekeeping forces already stationed there. From left are Sgt. 
the three corporals accompanying them on the Uip. The five men will train in Craig Chiasson, Sgt Renald Boudrcau, Cpl. Mario Bradet Cpl. Jcrcmie 
Fort Ord, California until March, when they will fly overseas and join Doucet and Cpl. Bradley White. (Northern tight Photo) 

Bosnia-bound militiamen ready 



Five area militiamen who left last 
week for training before being posted 
to Bosnia-Herzegovinia are not wor- 
ried about their mission. 

"I know my job; I will do okay and 
I am not worrieid at all," said Bathurst 
Sgt. Craig Chiasson, 23, adding, "My 
mother Moclla Legacy, and wife 
Noella arc not worried, either. My 
daughter Jessica is three, and too 
young to understand. Same with my 
10-month-oId son, Conrad. Everyone 
understands." 

That sentiment of unconcern and 
understanding the call of duty is 
echoed throughout the rest of the 
group. 

"My parents are more proud than 
anything else, even though this is my 
fu-st time overseas," said Cpl. Brad- 
ley White, 19, son of Bruce and 
Donna White of Bathurst He has 
been in the militia for three years, but 
this is the most exciting posting he 
has received yet. 

"I have been looking forward to 



going ever since I got in, and I am in 
the best condition I can be. Aftr all, 
Canada stands for peacekeeping. I 
am not worried about anything." 

Cpl. Jcremie Doucet 19, son of 
Bathurst's Edmond and Raymonde 
Doucet is perhaps the most excited 
about the overseas trip. 

"We will see how I do in a real 
combat-type of situation," he said, 
adding, "I am excited about going 
overseas for the first time. This next 
training period in Winnipeg and Fort 
Ord will be tougher, but I am going to 
try for the regular Canadian Armed 
forces when I gel back." 

Twelve-year militiaman Sgt. Re- 
nald Boudreau, 28, will also apply to 
the Canadian Armed Forces after 
reluming to Canada in October. 

"I applied with the regular forces a 
few years ago, but the job I wanted 
was filled, so I might try applying 
again when I gel back home." 

This is the fu^st time Sgt. Boudreau 
will be involved in a conflict 



"I have been looking forward to going ever 
since I got in, and I am in the best condition I 
can be. ..Canada stands for peacekeeping. I am 
not worried about anything." 

Cpl. Bradley White 



situation. 

"I was overseas in Cyprus last 
year, but ihis will be my first time in 
action, so it will probably be different 
when I get there, but I am looking 
forward to it" 

However, he said his [)arcnts, 
Thercse and Amddde Boudreau of 
Beresford, are "a little bit concerned 
with ihc fighting." 

The most experienced member of 
the group in overseas postings is Cpl. 
Mario Bradet, 29, who has been 
stationed in Cyprus and Norway. He 
was with the regular forces for eight 
years, and joined the militia six 
months ago. The son of L.G. and 
Raymonde Bradet of Grande Ansc, 



he "feels okay" about going lo serve 
with the UN Peacekeeping forces. 

The men were allowed to bring 
two kii bags and one rucksack with 
combat uniform, fighting order, 
marching order, mormal civilian at- 
tire and shaving kits. They will later 
be provided with a blue United 
Nations Peacekeeping force uniform. 

They will join up with a Western- 
based rcg;imcnt in Winnipeg, then 
proceed to Fort Ord, a U.S. military 
base in Southern California, for five 
weeks training. They arc due to arrive 
overseas sometime in March, and 
will remain there until OcU)bcr, or 
whenever the United Nations decides 
to pull out of Bosnia-Hcr/cgovinia. 



CIVIC CENTRE 



Downshore support is anticipated 



The committee looking for civic 
centre support will find out tonight 
Wednesday if all Local Service Dis- 
tricts will back them in their quest. 

Members of Bathurst city coun- 
cil's civic centre committee meet 
New Bandon and Salmon Beach 
residents tonight, lo request their 
support of a regional civic centre in 
Batiiurst. The meeting begins at 7 
p.m. at the Janeville Recreation 
Centre. 

Three of four LSDs in the area 
have voted to back the city, with the 
Big River LSD the latest to do so. 

A meeting at the Big River Rccrc- 
tion Centre Jan. 6 was attended by 37 
residents, 55 of which voted to back 
the proposal. 

'That's one of the highest success 
rates to date," Harvey Boucher, city 
councillor and committee chairman, 
said in a recent interview. "We're 
hoping to get the same result when 



we meet with the New Bandon/ 
Salmon Beach Local Service 
District" 

The city officials have been asking 
residents of LSDs to commit to 
contributing 1.8 cents per $100 as- 
sessment for a 20-year period. That 
works out to S8.90 annually on a 
550,000 home. 

Mr. Boucher said that the extra 
taxes would be offset by lower costs 
to participate in city-organized activ- 
ities at the new civic centre. Children 
living outside the city now have to 
pay an extra $20 per year to play 
minor hockey in Bathurst 

'Their children would then be on 
an equal footing with those living in 
the city," he said. "They become 
partners in the civic centre." 

In the past two months. North 
Tcteagouche residents voted 44- 1 1 in 
favor of supporting the civic centre, 
while Bathurst Parish residents 
backed the proposal 55- 1 8. The Bath- 



Eddy Co. president hopes 
to see development 
around civic centre 



urst Parish includes St Anne, Lone 
Pine Subdivision, Napier Heights, 
South Teteagouche, Miramichi 
Road, Poiricr Subdivision and Rough 
Waters. 

If all four LSDs pledge to help 
fund the picjcct the planned ice 
surfaces will be expanded to two full 
regulation-sized rinks. At present 
plans call for one regulation-sized 
rink and one three-quarter sized 
surface. 

Funding from the LSDs is also 
vital because the province will com- 
mit an additional $1.2 million to the 
civic centre, or 35 per cent of the 
$11.8 million building, if regional 
financial support is secured. In De- 
cember, the province pledged $2.8 
million in funding. 

Once all LSDs decide on whether 
to back the civic centre, the City 
intends to meet with the federal 
government by the end of January to 
determine how much it will 
contribute. 

The proposed civic centre will be 
located on St. Anne Street across 



from the Fundy Line Motel. Con- 
struction could start as early as May, 
with completion expected in 1994. 

Backing fot; the project is also 
comiogfroiii neighboring muiiici^al- 
itiesJOn-linc thus far are the town of 
Beresford, and the villages of Niga- 
doo and Petit Rochcr. The Village of 
Poinic Verte will not support the 
project through its operating budget, 
but rather through various fund- 
raising efforts planned for the coming 
year. 

The Village of Belledune will 
respond in the near future. 

"Once New Bandon/Salmon 
Beach and Bellalunc come on line, 
than we'll have UX)-pcr-ccnt con- 
tent" Mr. Boucher said. 

Mr. Boucher is joined on the 
committee by fellow councillors 
Graham Wiseman and Jay Merse- 
reau. Also taking part in meetings 
with LSDs and municipalities are Ed 
Childs, city manager; Marc Boud- 
reau, director of Parks, Recreation 
and Tourism; and Mayor Ken 
Frenette. 



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George Eddy Co. Ltd. president E. 
Kevin LeClair is looking forward to 
future development around the prop- 
osed regional civic centre. 

"I am particularly pleased with the 
idea of a regional civic centre, and I 
think the whole idea is tremendous," 
said Mr. LeClair, adding, "I am very 
excited about future development 
possibilities in the area, and building 
the civic centre should certainly help 
our plans to develop the area. Until 
now, the time has not been right" 

Mr. LeClair and Mayor Ken Fre- 
neue signed a $337,500 purchasing 
agreement for the proposed 15 acre 
site on St. Anne Street on Friday 
morning. 

'This is the first step in making a 



regional civic centre a true reality," 
.said Mayor Ken Frenette, adding, 
"Hopefully the other components 
will coontinuc to come into place, 
with a meeting with the federal 
government in the next couple of 
weeks to discuss cost sharing." 

Included in the agreement is 
another 20 acre parcel of land which 
will be given to the city free of charge 
by the George Eddy Co. This land is 
in lieuof future city parkland require- 
ments, once the company develops 
the area between Ryan Road and 
Raymond Street The city has a 
bylaw which stipulates six to eight 
per cent of a developed area be 
designated for public purposes, such 
as parkland. 



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One of Dianna Noon's favorite passtimes is shopping for bargains at Le 
Spree second-hand clothing store on King Avenue. Dianna suffers from 
Fibromyalgia Syndrome, a painful tendon, muscle and joint condition that can 
cause swelling. Dianna needs three different-sized wardrobes because of the 
condition, so she says Le Spree "comes in handy." 

(Northern Light Photo) 



Council notebook 



Kinsmen back centre 

Before Monday's regular Bathurst city council meeting. Batl 
Kinsmen Club president Mike Dennis announced the club intends to 
donate a minimum of S 10,000 toward the proposed regional civic centre. 
Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette said he appreciates the Kinsmen Club's 
effort to be a forerunner in financial campaign for the $1 1.8 million civic 
centre. 

Fund raisers to visit 

Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette announced Monday night that two 
employees of Navion Inc., the Montreal-based fund-raising firm hired to 
raise support for the proposed civic 'centre, will be in Bathurst for two 
weeks on Jan. 18. The two workers will be interviewing approximately 70 
businesses and organizations to determine the level of support for the 
project within the community, and then the firm will estimate how much 
money it will be able to raise in coming months. 

Support appreciated 

Bathurst Mayor Ken Frenette publicly thanked the municipalities of 
Nigadoo and Belledune for their financial support of the regional civic 
centre at Monday night's regular council meeting. Nigadoo has already 
sent in a cheque for $1,500 to the project, and Belledune has committed 
$5,000 to the project. Also, the mayor thanked Pointe Verte for its moral 
support of the project, even though the village cannot afford to make a 
financial commitment at this time. 



Pai'k promised 



Mayor Ken Frenetic promised the residents of Manor Park subdivision 
will have a park by this summer, at Monday night's regular Bathurst 
council meeting. There has been a "slight delay" in the land exchange 
negotiations between the province and the city, but Mayor Frenette is 
confident all the problems will be resolved before ih^s spring. 

Mum's the word for now 

City Parks. Recreation and Tourism department officials are keeping a 
tight lid on plans for the WinterAclivc International Challenge to be held 
from Jan. 25 to 31. The fifth annual inicmaiional fitness challenge will be 
held in Batiiurst for the first lime this year, and will work in a similar to 
Participaction. However, no details will be released until i\s official 
launchmg at the Sports Chalet on Jan. 19 at 12 p.m. 

Nominations needed 

Batiiurst city council unanimously approved submitting local nomina- 
tions for the provincial Spiritus awards at Monday night's regular meeting. 
The New Brunwsick Women's Directorate gives these annual awards to an 
individual, group or employer thr' has made a significant contribution to 
the advancement of provincial women in social, legal, economic, or 
cultural areas. No names have been put forward as of yet, but council 
invited local residents to make nominations as well. City hall has copies of 
the nomination fomis, and award guidelines. 

Women's Day plans 

City council will be considering ways Bathurst can celebrate 
International Women's Day on March 8. The day is used to mark the 
importance of women 's struggle for equality throughout history, including 
the right to vote and equal pay for equal work. 

New pagers approved 

The Bathurst Fire Dcparimenl will receive 40 new pagers this year. At 
Monday's meeting of Bathurst city council, a contract was awarded to NB 
Tel for $1 8,425 to purchase 40 new pagers and 40 spare baueries. It was the 
only tender the city received. Fire Chief Brian O'Neil said the current 
pagers are "obsolete and losing message clarity" because they arc 1 5 years 
old. 

Applications sought 

Area businesses and services which have made an admirable effort to 
make their facilities accessible to physically disabled individuals can apply 
for this year's annual Five-Star Community Awards Program, offered 
through the Secretary of Suic for National Access Awareness Week. 
Interested parties can contact city hall for more information. 

Repairs allowed 

The West Bathurst Trunk Line, running between Parkwood Street and 
Dawson Brook to Evangeline, will be able to be well-serviced. At Monday 
night's regular Bathurst city council meeting, an agreement between the 
Canadian National Railway and the city was approved to allow the city to 
to use their property when maintenance or repairs are needed. 



Living life with a rare disease 

Bathurst woman with muscle disorder wants to start support group 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light StafT 

"I cried and cried, saying to the 
doctor I don't want to spend the rest 
of my life like this, I want out" 

Those are the words of Bathurst 
resident Dianna Noon, recalling an 
incident at her family physician's 
office about a year ago. Her symp- 
toms of Fibromyalgia Syndrome 
(FMS) — a rare and painful muscle, 
ligament and tendon fatigue disorder 

— had relumed afier a six-month 
remission. 

"I somehow almost forgot what the 
disease was like, so when it came 
back. I was so devastated, I almost 
couldn't handle it," said Ms. Noon, 
adding, "But my doctor made me 
realize that I am the one who decides 
to a large extent how much 1 am 
going to let the symptoms affect me. 
Believe it or not, I left feeling 
100-times belter, more in control." 

Ms. Noon, a single parent cur- 
rently enrolled in a computer course. 
has suffered from FMS since about 
1988. However, she was only prop- 
erly diagnosed a year and a half ago 

— up until then, doctors ran numer- 
ous tests, but could not locale the 
problem. 

"I was tested so many times. I can't 
begin lo count Some of them were so 
obscure, the nurse didn't even know 
them. First, I was told I had hepatitis, 
then rheumatoid arthritis, and then 
finally I was correcdy diagnosed 
after I saw an arthritis specialist who 



told me it was fibrosistis syndrome, 
which is what it used to be called, and 
he gave me a pamphlet on the 
disease." 

Ms. Noon thinks one reason doc- 
tors have difficulty properly diagnos- 
ing FMS is because until receiitly. it 
was considered a psychosomatic dis- 
order. Also. FMS literature states it 
has no known cause, but doctors 
often use causes of a disease to 
esublish similarities between pa- 
tients, which in turn can help diagno- 
sis other people with the disease. 

EXCRUCIATING PAIN 

Symptoms of FMS include stab- 
bing muscular pain for no apparent 
reason, chronic fatigue, disturbed 
sleep patterns, irritable bowel syn- 
drome, chronic migraine headaches, 
tremendous face and head pain, cog- 
nitive or memory impairment, thie 
feeling of extreme swelling, and 18 
tender points on the body which can 
cause excruciating pain when 
touched. 

"Sometimes. I am so sick, I can't 
think straight, and other limes I wake 
up feeling fine, then two hours later 
swell from a size 10 to a size 14, so I 
have to have three wardrobes of 
clothes. Or one day. someone can hug 
me and it would be okay and other 
times, the pain would be so bad. it 
curts my nails and sends me through 
the roof." said Ms. Noon. 

However, an FMS sufferer may 
exhibit only a few symptoms at any 



"Sometimes, I am so sick, I can't think 
straight, and other times I wake up feeling fine, 
then two hours later swell from a size 10 to a 
size 14, so I have to have three wardrobes of 
clothes.. .There are other people in Bathurst 
who I am sure have FMS but don't want to talk 
about it." Dianna Noon 



one lime, or can go for long periods 
without any symptoms at all. There is 
no cure for the disease, but like 
arthritis, it can be managed through 
proper diet, stress management and 
mild exercise. It affects mostly wo- 
men, although men do have FMS as 
well. 

INDEPENDENCE IMPORTANT 

"You have to choose your lifestyle. 
I don't want people to constantly ask 
me about my health. I don't want it to 
be the focal point of my life," said 
Ms. Noon. 

"Like a blind person, I may need a 
little extra caring now and then, but I 
still want lo be independent. For me, 
that is deciding what is important to 
me and learning to say no 
sometimes." 

Now tliat she is managing her FMS 
through proper diet, relaxation tech- 
niques, prayer and meditation, Ms. 
Noon wants to help other people in 
Bathurst who are suffering from the 
syndrome. 



"There are other people in Bathurst 
who I am sure have FMS but don't 
want lo ulk about it. I want to start a 
wellness, self-help group lo help 
people with FMS. like me, find out 
they can lead productive lives that are 
not centred around the disease." 

She is currently researching how to 
establish such a group, and hopes it is 
a reality in the near future. In New 
Brunswick, there are six self-help 
groups for FMS patients, families 
a.id friends located in Saint John, 
Fredericton, Moncton. Riverview. Sl 
Stephen and Carleton County. Al- 
though there are no numbers as lo 
how many people have FMS in the 
province, the Fredericton group 
alone has 170 members. 

If Ms. Noon applies the same 
dedication and perseverance to estab- 
lishing an FMS self-help group as she 
does to managing her disease on a 
day-to-day basis. Bathurst is certain 
to be the latest city in the province 
with such a group. 



Beresford mayor pleased 
consultation promised 
before any amalgamation 



Beresford mayor Real Boudreau is 
pleased that the Province will consult 
with municipalities before going 
ahead with amalgamation. 

Mr. Boudreau, chairman of the 
Francophone Municipalities Associ- 
ation of New Brunswick, was react- 
ing Tuesday to news accounts saying 
Marcelle Mersereau will fully con- 
sult with municipalities before taking 
any steps towards amalgamation. 
Mrs. Mersereau. the MLA for Bath- 
urst, is minister of municipalities, 
culture and housing. 

Mrs. Mersereau said this week that 
a blueprint for municipal reorganiza- 
tion, released by her department in 
December, is merely a starting point. 
The document is tided So-engthening 
Municipal Government in New 
Brunswick Urban Centres, and prop- 
oses the creation of a number of 
so-called "super cities" in the pro- 
vince. For example, Upshorc munici- 
palities in the Chaleur region could 
become part of Bathurst. 

"We have absolutely nodiing 
against amalgamation. We just don't 
want it forced on us," Mr. Boudreau 
said. "We don't want to be forced to 
do anything." 



At a meeting Saturday in Beres- 
ford, the FMANB, representing 30 
francophone municipalities, decided 
to draft documents outiining its con- 
cerns and suggestions for various 
regions in the province. Such a 
document is being drafted for the 
Beresford to Pointe Vcrtc region by 
local representatives on the FMANB. 

Mr. Boudreau hopes that ideas can 
be shared between the two parties, 
which would enable the Province to 
make sound decisions on amalgama- 
tion. The municipalities feel they can 
contribute immensely toward that 
endeavor, and Mr. Boudreau said he 
is confident Mrs. Mersereau will 
uphold her end of the bargain. 

"I have confidence in her words," 
he said. 

The Province maintains that amal- 
gamating municipalities would pre- 
vent duplication of services and save 
money. The provincial document 
also promotes the concept of provid- 
ing regionalized services, in such 
areas as policing and garbage 
collection. 

If the ideas in the document were 
implemented, 30 of the 118 munk;i- 
palilies in New Brunswick would be 
absorbed by larger centres. 



Pointe Verte is busy 
with sewerage plans 



Two major capital projects will 
keep village councillors in Pointe 
Verte busy in 1993. 

"We are in the process of getting 
funding for our sewerage system 
from the provincial government, and 
hope to start construction on that 
within the year, and it should be 
completed one year from the start 
date," said Mayor Maxime Lejeune. 

The village has applied for an 
$850,000 loan from the Municipal 
Capital Borrowing Board, to fund the 
municipality's portion of the $4.2 
million project The provincial envir- 
oment department has already com- 
mitted lo funding 77 per cent of the 
project. 

"With GST kickbacks, and so on, 
we anticipate we will only need to 
pay about 19 per cent of the cost, for a 
total of about $850,000, which we 
will negotiate over a period of 15 to 
20 years," said Pointe Verte munici- 



pal clerk Donald Hammond. 

In the past year, the village also 
approached the Municipal Capital 
Borrowing Board for $85,000 lo help 
buy a new $100,000 fire truck. The 
remaining $15,000 will be paid for 
out of the village reserve fund. 

"We expect we will be able to 
announce the name of the contractor 
who won the tender by die end of 
January, and we will have a new fire 
truck by the fall," said Mr. 
Hammond. 

Other projects the village com- 
pleted in the past year are renovations 
to the municipal building and arena, 
as well as almost completing a new 
baseball field in the village. 

"The fences and backstop are in, 
and the new ball field should be done 
by this spring," said Mayor Lejeune, 
adding. "However, our biggest pro- 
ject by far is installing a sewerage 
system. That will take most of our 
lime in 1993." 



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Dodge heads up 
Legion for 1993 

Bathurst will host provincial 
convention Labor Day weekend 



Second World War veteran Herb 
Dodge was elected 1993 president of 
the Bathurst legion Jan. 6. 

"I am glad to have the opportunity 
this year to tell everyone we are going 
to work our bulls off," said Mr. 
Dodge u> felk)w members of the 
Hennan J. Good VC Branch No. 18 
Royal Canadian Legion. 

Mr. Dodge served as a private with 
the Second Canadian Division in 
France and Germany, from 1943 lo 
1946. A native of Bridgewater, N.S., 
he moved to Bathurst in 19S0, after 
graduating from university with a 
bachelor's degree in chemical 
engineering. 

In Bathurst, he worked for what is 
now Stone-Consolidaied Inc. firom 
I9S1 until his retirement in 1988. He 
has been an active legion member for 
many years. 

In an interview after last week's 
meeting, Mr. Dodge said he is look- 
ing forward to hosting the provincial 
legion convention Labor Day 
weekend. Delegates from all 
branches across New Prunswick will 
meet in Bathurst for three days to 
discuss resolutions for the national 
Dominion convention later in 1993. 

"We have the usual challenge of 
keeping the branch afloat, and this 
year we are organizing and hosting 
the provincial convention, which will 
be a good experience," said Mr. 
Dodge. 

He also expects to see more growth 
in legion membership in the coming 
year. 

"In December 1991. we had 742 
members, and as of this December, 
we had 770 members, so we are 
growing. Most of the growth is 
because of increasing numbers of 
associate and affiliate members, like 
children and grandchildren of legion- 
aires joining, but it is good to see. The 
more members we have, the more 
good work we can do in the 
community." 

Other issues Mr. Dodge would like 
to see some progress on is the 
construction of the domiciliary care 
beds in Bathurst, and continuling 



lobbying to maintain veterans' 
benefits. 

"I would like to see some real 
progress in the next year in the 
domiciliary care beds, even if they 
can't be completed this year." 

The federal government is coni- 
mitled to building 10 domiciliary 
care beds in Bathurst, starting this 
Fiscal year. Last September, then- 
Veteran Affairs Minister Gerald 
Merrithew said the beds could be 
ready as soon as this summer. How- 
ever, construction has not yet started 
on the facility, and a location still 
needs to be determined. 

WAITING LIST 

The beds are for veterans in need 
of special attention, and guarantees 
routKl-lhe-clock care. Local legion- 
aires have been k}bbying for the beds 
for years. Up until now, veterans 
needing 24 -hour care and medical 
attention had to go to Campbelllion 
or Chatham, sometimes after wailing 
months on a list. 

Currently, six Chaleur region vet- 
erans are in the facilities in Camp- 
belllon. and one is in Chatham. The 
need for these beds is growing annu- 
ally because the average age of 
Second World War veterans is about 
70. 

Mr. Dodge said although the local 
branch cannot influence government 
decisions on veterans' benenis di- 
rectly, its members need "va have 
concern and support Dominion lob- 
bying efforts" m the matter. 

"Veterans' benefits will continue 
to be one of our main issues, even 
though we do not have very much 
control over what happens at this 
level." 



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EDITORIAL 

Dead to rights 

Laws, regulations, and policies are created to protect 
people from the potentially harmful actions of other people. 

For instance, a person is allowed to drink alcohol if they 
are of legal age. However, someone is not allowed to drink a 
lot of alcohol and then drive because this could endanger the 
health, well-being and even life, of not only the individual 
but also other people. 

Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — 
a highly regarded, non-partisan group which does scientific 
studies on health and the environment — released the 
fmdings of a comprehensive four-year study on the damage 
done by inhaling second-hand tobacco smoke. 

Second-hand smoke is much more harmful than origi- 
nally suspected. In the United States, it causes 3,000 deaths 
by lung cancer in non-smokers annually. Children who have 
parents who smoke are more susceptible to respiratory 
ailments such as bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia, and 
also get sick more easily. Breathing second-hand smoke 
also causes higher incidents of ear infections, which can 
cause deafness if untreated. Also, second-hand smoke 
leaves a tar residue on a non-smoker's lungs, which reduces 
a person's aerobic capacity. 

Some points to ponder during Non-Smoking Week, Jan. 
18 to 24. 

Basically, tobacco smoke has been proven to harm both 
the smoker and the person sitting in the same room with the 
smoker. The only difference is it takes longer for the smoke 
to seriously harm the health of a non-smoker. 

In response to this study. Metropolitan Toronto has 
banned all smoking in public places, from office buildings 
to sports arenas to shopping malls, unless there is a 
fully-enclosed designated smoking room that is directly 
vented to the outdoes. 

Officials in Saint John are considering a similar ban, and 
may even charge businesses and individuals who do not 
comply with the proposed bylaw. 

No smoking policies are in effect already in federal and 
provincial government buildings. 

In Bathurst, Mayor Ken Frenette said he would like to 
bring a bylaw restricting smoking in city-owned buildings, 
and possible public places throughout the city, before 
council within the next month. 

Hopefully, a comprehensive bylaw will be proposed and 
passed by council members. While smokers claim to have 
rights to smoke where and whenever they want to, they 
absolutely do not have the right to endanger the health of 
people sharing the same air around them. 

According to the EPA, as well as Canadian Health 
agencies, that is exactly what smokers are doing when they 
light up next to someone else. That someone else could be 
you or a loved one. 

City council should remember that when voting on a 
bylaw to ban smoking in the future. 

Extra showing needed 
of Garbo flick in 1933 



Flashback 

Events from the archives 
of The Northern Light 



70 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1923 

Some prices as adveitised by the 
WJ. Kent & Co. Ltd department 
store on the front page of the North- 
ern Light: Mens' Underwear, 95 
cents: Flanellette Pyjamas, 75 cents; 
Ties, SO cents; Silk Poplin Shirts, 
$4.75; Overcoats and suits in a full 
range of size, color and Ht, from $10 
to $35; Muskox Coats, $35. 
60 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1933 

There has been an extra showing of 
the incomparable Greta C^ut» as 
Mata Hari at the theatre. Including 
the shorts before the feature, admis- 
sion is 27 cents. Also featuring is 
Cary Grant and Nancy Carroll in Hot 
Saturday Night, a strong drama still 
drawing large audiences around the 
world. 

50 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1943 

Men and women are wanted by the 
Royal Canadian Air Force, recruiting 
at the town hall for only two days. 
Men are wanted for ground duties, as 
well as flying. Women arc wanted for 
ground duties and air trafnc controll- 
ing to relieve men for flying. 

40 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1953 

It happens very rarely, as all card 
players know. A perfect cnbbage 
hand was experienced one day last 
week by Keith Howau of the 
GkMJcester Hotel. Playing with Eloi 
McKenna, he hekl the Jack of Clubs 



and Fives of hearts, diamonds, and 
spades. When the cards were out, the 
Ave of clubs was turned up. Maybe 
Howatt can tell us how it's done! 
30 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1963 

Bathurst police and telephone offi- 
cials arc befuddled by a new intrigu- 
ing pastime. It appears that some 
k)cal people have been receiving 
anonymous phone calls late at night. 
When the person answers, the inquir- 
ing voice makes some silly request 
thai hangs up. A most annoying 
practice, to say the least, but hope- 
fully there will be a way to catch the 
offenden in the near future. 
20 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1973 

Playing at the Kent Theatre this 
week is Clint Eastwood in Play Misty 
For Me, and Joanne Woodward and 
George C. Scou in They Might Be 
Giants. Coming next week are 
Bartn Steisand and Ryan O'Neal in 
Whcu's Up, Doc? and what critics 
call the thriller with the best car chase 
scene since silent film. The French 
Connection. 



Chretien still unpopular in Quebec 



Liberal Leader Jean Chretien and 
his federal Liberals have been mak- 
ing a big deal about attracting "star" 
candidates for the next election — 
but it's obviously easier said than 
done. 

And even when some so-called 
star is lured into the fold, there can be 
strong strings attached. Just look at 
the fuss in Toronto over Mr. Chre- 
tien's selection of former mayor Art 
Eggleton as a candidate. Many party 
members have taken a dim view of 
the normal democratic nominating 
process being bypassed in favor of a 
parachutist 

Disputes like this can easily lead to 
more than one Liberal candidate 
entering the campaign and, whether 
they be official or unofficial, it 
clearly plays into the hands of 
opponents. 

The Liberals did attract one Tor- 
onto star cnadidate without — so far 
at least — serious repercussions. He 
is Doug Peters, former vice-president 
of the Toronto-Dominion Bank. 



Political Scene 



By STEWART MkLEOO 

Onmn Burwu 
Thofflwn Nnm StfviM 



But the big disappointment so far 
is the party's failure to lure big-name 
candidates in Quebec. And if there's 
one area of the country where they're 
needed, it's in that province. 

LOW STANDING 

If we may dabble in understate- 
ment. Mr. Chretien has not caught 
fire in his native province. In fact, one 
recent poll indicated he is rejected by 
68 per cent of voters. After two years 
of trying to rebuild party fortunes in 
Quebec, that's tlose to humilating. 

It's the common view that what the 
Liberals need in Quebec are some big 
name candidates who will syphon off 
attention from the leader. Pierre 
Trudeau enjoyed this luxury when, 



apart from the then-popular Mr. 
Chretien, he also had such heavy- 
weights as Marc Lalonde, Jean-Luc 
Pepin and a host of others. 

At last count, the Liberals had 
nominated 23 candidates in Quebec's 
75 ridings, and there really isn't a 
household name among them. The 
best knwon is probably Cliford Lin- 
coln, who left the provinical govern- 
ment over the language issue, but 
anglophone names in Quebec never 
carry the same clout as their franco- 
phone colleagues. 

Also entering the campaign is 
Michel Dupuy, former Canadian am- 
bassador to France. But this back- 
ground is unlikely to set off sueet 
parades throughout the province. 

SOME HEDGING 

Liberal Senator Pietro Rizzuto, 
who heads his party's recruiting drive 
in Quebec, has been quoted as saying 
things are going well. But, then, what 
else could he say? 

According to some senior Liber- 



als, there arc several high-profile 
Quebccers who are toying with the 
idea of running but, as one said "they 
all seem to be waiting for some other 
headliner to lead the way. 

"If we could just get one really big 
name, I am sure others would jump in 
after that" 

Mr. Chretien, realistic about his 
present unpopularity in Quebec, 
wants to create a learn image in the 
province, composed largely of a new 
generation of Liberals. The leader 
himself is still understandably per- 
ceived as a retread from the Trudeau 
era and, these days in Quebec, that's 
far from advanugeous. 

And it's not enough to merely 
attract younger candidates. All par- 
lies, and particularly the popular Bloc 
Quebecois, are doing that What's 
needed are younger Liberals with 
higher profiles, higher respect and 
high infiuence. 

An, as the leader is quickly learn- 
ing, they are not easy to come by 
these days. 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Cable company has applied 
to retrieve Bangor channels 



Re: TV buff says cable company is 
out to annoy subscribers. 

Mr. McKinney's letter in the Jan. 6 
edition of The Northern Light con- 
tained a number of errors and could 
leave your readers with the wrong 
impression. Please allow me the 
opportunity to present the facts. 

To begin with, Mr. McKinney's 
observation that a number of changes 
have occurred since Cable 2000 
purchased the cable system from the 
previous owners is correct. Since that 
time, he says that Cable 2000 has 
raised its subscription rates. This is 
true. It should be noted that the cost of 
almost everything else that Mr. 
McKinney has purchased in the last 
two and a half years has also risen. 

In response to the replacement of 
the Bangor stations with the four 
Detroit signals, those changes were 
done by the former cable company 
owners, apprioximately two years 
before Cable 2000 purchased the 
cable system. However, there is 
currently an application before the 
Canadian Radio-television and Tele- 
communications Commission re- 
questing that Cable 2000 be allowed 
to carry the Bangor sutions instead of 
the Detroit signals. 

Mr. McKinney has also brought up 
a question about the music that was 



formeriy available on Channel 3. 
Prior to carrying CKLE as the audio 
portion of Promovision, CITE from 
Montreal was offered. And is still 
offered, as one of the 13 audio 
services available to cable television 
subscribers. 

Many subscribers have found the 
channel changes to be confusing, for 
which I am truly sorry. We have 
attempted to make as few changes as 
possible; the ones which have been 
made were absolutely necessary. 

And finally. Broadcast News has 
officially been removed from the 
Bathurst channel offering. This was 
not an easy decision to make, and 
came as a result of the continuing 
technical problems. There were 
many days that you coukln'l under- 
stand the sentences because of the 
spelling mistakes. Our intention was 
lo provide subscribers with as much 
variety as possible, and because CBC 
Ncwsworld and CNN Cable News 
Network each provide 24-hour-a-day 
live news coverage, Broadcast News 
was repetitious. 

Cable 2000 Inc. will undoubtedly 
continue to change in the future. We 
have already moved into our new 
office building which is located next 
to the old one at 1247 Rue Principale 
in Beresford. From this new location, 



we hope to improve the kind of 
service that we are able lo offer our 
customers. For example, our new 
office will be open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
Monday to Friday, and our phone 
lines will be open Saturdays from 
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. This represents an 
additional 25 hours per week of 
customer service. 

Cable 2000 Inc. is pleased to be 
abletoofferthevarieiy of signals that 
it does. The new extended basic 
service which was launched in mid- 
December allows subscribers access 
to signals at a much lower rate. They 
were previously only available with 
pay television and include TNN (The 
Nashville Network), CMT (Counu^ 
Music Television), TSN (The Sports 
Networic), CNN (Cable News Net- 
work), A&E (Aru & Entertainment) 
and MuchMusic. These networks 
were formeriy included with pay 
television at a higher rate. 

Today, the pay television selection 
has been expanded lo include WTBS 
Atlanta and WON Chicago. We look 
forward lo offering even more vari- 
ety in the future, as new satellite 
services become available. 

Thank you for allowing me to 
respond in this matter. 

Joanne Bcnoit 

General Manager 

Cable 2000 



Unhappy with cable's sales approach 



(Editor't No(«; TTw foUowIng l»tfr It 
Mng Mnr lo th» CRTC ottic* In HsUfrnx, 
US.) 

In December, 1992, Cable 2000 
from Beresford had a promotion 
which saw subscribers provided with 
free channels that would otherwise be 
for. 

I was under the impression that at 
the end of December, if I did not 
contact the cable company to say I 
wanted these channels, they would 
automatically be discontinued. Ap- 
parently, this is not the case. 

According lo Cable 2000, a flyer 
was sent out informing the public that 
if subscribers did not notify the cable 
company before Jan. I, to the effect 
they did not want the optional cable 
channels, this would constitute ac- 
ceptance of the company's offer, and 
they would be charged accordingly. 
In other words, the company unilater- 
ally stipulates silence as a mode of 
acceptance to their subscribcn. (Per- 
sonally, I never read that fiyer. It 
must have followed the route of the 
other flyers that fill my mailbox.) 

My point is that I don't expect 
companies that I do business with to 
use these kind of sak» techniques, 
and to use sik;nce as a mode of 
acceptance. 

If a business has something to offer 
me, I expect them to charge me for 
the service or product, only if I 
expressly tell them that I accept their 
offer. 

NBTel had similar promotion: for 
a few weeks, they provided us with 
free services like call forwarding, etc. 
We received a notice with our phone 
bill, explaining the different services 
offered. It also staled thai those who 
wished to retain the options should 
contact NBTel; otherwise, the op- 
tions would be removed. This is what 
I call a good business practice that 
showed respect for the customer — 



no high-pressure sales techniques 
were used. 

When I conucted Cable 2000 lo 
say I did not agree with their way of 

doing business, I was loM that they 
were within the law. When I told 
them I would complain lo the CRTC. 
the person I was speaking to said to 
go ahead, as the company had fol- 
lowed the rules, and there was no- 
thing I could do about it 

When you have a monopoly, you 
can afford to be arrogant. But, if they 
were not protected by the state, and 
were subject to competition, they 
would probably have answered me 
differently: "We are sorry, sir, that 
you were offended by our practices. 
We will make sure that we enter a 
note in our computer to the effect that 
you do not wish silence to be a mode 
of acceptance between us." 

Nowadays, more and more compa- 
nies are using automatic deductions 
from customers' bank accounts for 
service payments. This requires a 
degree of trust from the customer to 
allow a company to withdraw money 
directly from his or her account It is 
unfortunate that certain companies be 
allowed to dip into accounts for 
services that the customer did not 
request, simply because they send a 
flyer and impose a mode of accep- 
tance that even common law does not 
condone. And, it is regrettable that 
they would do it with the blessing of 



an agency which is supposed to 
protect Canadians from companies 
who enjoy the privilege of operating 
a monopoly in a free-enterprise 
system. 

If your agency rules that it is in the 
best interest of Canadians to allow 
cable companies to use such sales 
practices, would it be possible lo 
amend your rules to force cable 
companies to at least respect the 
wishes of those like me, who prefer to 
be left out of such practices? 

We would have lo contact the 
cable companies that we do not not 
want any extra service charges added 
to the basic service charges, without 
having expressly asked for it 

Bertrand Gionet 
Bathurst 



Our policy 
on letters 



Address letters to Editor's Mail, 
The Northern Light, P.O. Box 416, 
Bathurst N.B., E2A 3Z3. Letters 
appear in the paper with the author's 
name, therefore include your address 
and daytime phone number for verifi- 
cation. Anonymous letters wiU be 
discarded. We reserve the right to 
edit letters. 



A thank you 

The 1993 Christmas Tree Mufch 
was completed Saturday as sche- 
duled and was well supported by our 
community. Volunteers had to stay 
beyond the hours of operation to 
process the volume of trees delivered 
to the site. 

The organizers wish to acknow- 
ledge the following community sup- 
port the Supermall, for use of their 
parking lot; Atlantic Renuls, for 
supplying the chipper; Cunard Foran 
Fuels, for the gasoline; the Public 
Works Department and foreman Ro- 
ger Aube; and McDonald's and Tim 
Morton's, for feeding the volunteers. 

The Boy Scouts and the Bathurst 
Rotary Club, for supplying the people 
power; the Golden Mile Merchants 
Association executive, for assisting 
the co-chairs in the organization of 
the event; Radio Atlantic CKBC, for 
promotional assistance; and the gen- 
eral public, for delivering their used 
trees. 

Thank you. 

Don Bishop 

Jay Mersereau 

Mulching committee 



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MARKETING COORDINATOR 

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of Danny's Inn Ltd., is pleased to 
announce the appointment of 
Debres MacLellan as Marketing 
Coordinator for the newly reno- 
vated property. 

Ms. MacLellan has a Bachelor 
of Commerce Degree from St. 
Mary's University and has com- 
pleted French studies at Universit* 
Laval. University de Montreal and 
University de Ste-Anne. She 
brings to Danny's several years of 
experience in the tourism industry 
and most recently was employed 
at the Halilax Hilton as Sales 
Manager. Her responsibilities will 
be to coordinate all marketing and 
promotional initiatives for the com- 
pany within the Atlantic Region. 

Best Western Danny's & Con- 
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wekx>me Delores to their team and 
wish her success in her future 
endeavours. 




DANNYS 



street Beat 



The Norihcm Light, Wed., Jan. 1.^, 1993- .S A 



Do you think the City of Bathurst should ban smoking in public places? 




Ron Christie 
Bathurst 

"I'm a smoker, but I' 
think it should be 
banned in public places 
because it causes health 
problems for non- 
smokers, especially 
people with asthma, like 
my mother-in-law." 



Blanche Doucet 

Bathurst 
"For a non-smoker 
it's good, but we smok- 
ers have our rights, 
too. Designated areas 
are okay, but not a 
total ban." 



Wilfred Aubie 
Bathurst 

"It is a good idea to 
ban it because second- 
hand smoke is bad for 
you, and when you 
smoke in a public place, 
you're affecting some- 
one else. I'm a non- 
smoker." 



Hectorine Lavigne 
Bathurst 

"I think there should 
be a big sign at bingo 
and other public places 
that smoking is not al- 
lowed, because second- 
hand smoke is just as 
bad as smoking for your 
health. 1 have never 
smoked in my life." 



Marc Cormier 
Robertville 

"I'm not bothered by 
smoke. I guess it de- 
pends on whether you 
are bothered by smoke 
or not, if you want 
smoking banned in 
public places." 



Cynthia Allaire 
Bathurst 

"I think it shouldn't 
be banned, but there 
should be designated 
areas for smokers like 
me. I have children, but 
second-hand smoke 
doesn't worry me." 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

This cable customer remembers 
when we only had one channel 



Please allow me space in your fine 
newspaper to express my opinion 
regarding Mr. Jack McKinney's let- 
ter of Jan. 6 concerning cable TV. 

It is not right for Mr. McKinney to 
state that Cable 2000 is out to annoy 
its customers. Cable 2000, 1 am 
certain, has the customer in mind 
when making any changes. Cable 
2000 is trying to please as many 
people as possible. They are dedi- 
cated to providing as good a service 
as is economically feasible. 

I do not have any interest in Cable 
2000, but I made it a point to visit 
their new premises and meet the 
people who provide us with cable, i 
do not always approve every decision 
they make, but what do I know about 
operating a cable company? They 
have always been very friendly and 
more than willing to explain any 
changes made. 



Mr. McKinney says it doesn't 
make sense to bring in stations from 
Detroit rather than from Ban^,or, 
which is so close to us. Distance 
doesn't mean anything to us: "The 
Price Is Right" comes from Califor- 
nia, and TNN comes from Nashville. 
They are not exactly next door. 

We now have great variety on 
cable, with dozens of channels to 
chose from. In 19S8, when I moved lo 
Bathurst, there wasn't any TV at all. 
Then, in early 1959, we were blessed 
with one channel. By late summer we 
got our second channel, CHAU-TV 
from New Carlisle. The following 
year we cried and wrote letters until 
we finally got CBC, who showed 
hockey games. 

Now we are in 1993, and we have 
25 channels on basic cable service. 
There are six more channels avail- 
able on extended basic service, and 



another five available on pay TV for a 
grand total of 36 channels. 

By the way, the good background 
music is on Channel 35. 1 believe that 
this channel will soon have the 
broadcast news — rhc typewritten 
variety. 

In closing, 1 Just want to say that 1 
appreciate what has been done in the 
past by the previous ov/ners, and 
what is being done now by the new 
owners to make our area one of the 
best anywhere when it comes to cable 
service. Cities like Monclon and 
Halifax do not have as good a service 
as we have. 

My television set pits out 31 
channels. If it ever happened that 
there was nothing on TV that I 
wanted to watch, I would find some- 
thing else to do. 

Gene LeBlanc 
Bathurst 



If we wanted a bickering council, 
why didn't we just keep the old one? 



A belated Happy New Year to you 
and your staff, sir. In this letter, you'll 
notice that I'm not too happy already, 
and the year has just bc^. 

To begin with, I suspect that I lost 
my votes again in the last municipal 
election. It seems that we have a 
divided and bickering council again, 
with a 5-4 split. Before the election, 
there had been talk of changes taking 
place with a new council, but from 
what I gather, people only changed 
seats. Too bad. 

Well, the thing that's foremost in 
their minds is that civic centre again, 
and they say that it was one of their 
election planks. Can you imagine? 
We could have left the old council in 
for that matter, they wanted to build 
one, too. 

They have a new plan estimated to 
cost $12 million, with a yearly oper- 
ating cost of $1 million to $1.5 
miUion. The Province has promised 
to kick in $2.8 million, and to raise 
that amount to $4 million if it is 
designated as a regional centre. 

Now some members of our city 
council (and they're not elected for 
this) are going from district to dis- 
trict, with cap in hand, soliciting 
funds to build the civic centre (beg- 
ging, no less). I presume the minister 
of municipal affairs condones this, 
because I noticed the ad for the Big 
River meeting was inserted by the 
provincial govemmenL I wouldn't go 
so far as to say that they're trying to 



con the people but, boy, it's close. 
It's a known fact that officials of 
the six cities have, in the past, 
believed the ^ovennnefil, ufgyig 
them to levy higher taxes on the 
urban districts so as to discourage 
people from moving out of the cities 
and towns to the urban areas to 
escape high taxes. 

LOOK FOR TAX HIKE 

Apparently, the government didn't 
see fit to do that, for obvious rcasoas. 
But, also amalgamation has been 
talked about recently, and it's going 
to happen, and watch the taxes climb. 
Even if there's no amalgamation, I'd 
say that the Province is just about 
ready to raise the property assess- 
ments and they will say, "It's to bring 
assessments in line with actual val- 
ues." Watch out! 

Who are the people attending the 
meetings in the Local Service Dis- 
tricts? Who would vote to have their 
taxes raised? In news releases, it's 
been mentioned that 50 to 60 people 
attended meetings, and in the Big 
River area in particular, 50 voted for 
paying 1 .8 cents per $ 1 00 assessment 
and two voted against. Does that 
mean that there were only two prop- 
erty owners from that disvict at that 
meeting? Come on now, let's play 
fair here and look at this. 

I would guess that there arc 1 50 to 
200 property owners in Big River, so 
52 attend the meeting, 50 vote in 



favor, and that really means one- 
quarter or one-third of the Big River 
district voted in favor. Is this true 
Fcprc^ntation of the district? Is this 
uuc democracy? But these people 
plan, by hook or by crook, they're 
going to get their civic centre and to 
hell with the consequences. They 
even went so far as uying to get an 
Upshorc community to give $1 as a 
contribution toward the centre. How 
low can you gel? 

I talked to some of our councillors, 
and they tell me that people want the 
civic centre. What people? 

It so happens that 1 passed a 
petition opposing the civic centre 
and, in South Bathurst, 85 to 90 per 
cent signed that petition. 1 also did the 
College Hill area, Raymond Avenue 
and all side suects. In that area, only 
three households would not sign the 
petition. There must be quite a 
change of heart and economics lately. 

Between the city manager payoff 

and the land acquisition, half a 

million dollars. A lot of money, when 

you haven't got it to begin with. 

Joe Kennedy 

Bathurst 



Sawmill 
closed 
until spring 



The Bathurst Sawmill Division of 
Stonc-Consolidatcd Inc. shut down 
indefinitely on Dec. II, resulting in 
the layoff off more than 30 workers. 

Located on the Mines Road, the 
sawmill produced six and eight-foot 
two-by-fours for markets in the Un- 
ited States, and used the wood chips 
to supply the CTMP (chemo-thermal 
mcchanicval pulp) plant at Stone's 
pulp and paper mill. 

Manager Jean-Eudes Minville said 
Tuesday that, with the CTMP plant 
shut down at least until the spring, he 
could not foresee re-opening the 
sawmill at least until Itut time. 

"Not until the spring, anyway," he 
said. "We have to get a market for the 
chips to run the sawmill." 

The CTMP plant shut down Dec. 
24 due to a 20,000-ton surplus, 
coupled with few customers for the 
product Approximately 20 workers 
were laid off because of that 
shutdown. 

Mr. Minville explained that the 
sawmill produces 1.6 tons of wood 
chips per 1 ,000-board-feet of two- 
by-fours. While the market is still 
good for the two-by-fours there 
would soon be very little room to 
stockpile the chips at the plant site. 

'The stockpile would be a hell of a 
pik: after five days," he said. 



Trial is 
continuing 



The trial of a Bathurst man charged 
with various sex offences and supply- 
ing liquor to minors continues in 
court today Wednesday. 

Denis Savoie, 37, appeared before 
a judge and jury in the Court of 
Queen's Bench on three RCMP 
charges: one charge of supplying 
liquor to a minor, one charge of being 
a person of trust who commits a 
sexual act with a young person, and 
one charge of being a person of trust 
who sexually touched a minor. 

Savoie pleaded not guilty lo all 
three charges on March 2, 1992. He 
was originally scheduled to appear in 
court for trial on May 26, 1992 but the 
uial was postponed until Monday. 



Support given gift-wrapping 
project appreciated: Red Cross 



On behalf of those whom we help 
through the many Red Cross services 
offered in our region, I wish to thank 
the Place Bathurst Mall administra- 
tion, staff and merchants for their 
generous donation of supplies and 
equipment for our gift-wraji^ing/coat 
check booth. 

The efforts of Glenn Hickey, who 
coordinated the publicity, as well as 
those of the local media who regu- 
larly publicized the project, was very 
much appreciated. This year's gift- 
wrap service involved more than 270 
hours of volunteers' time and re- 
sulted in $2,400 being raised to 
support the work of the Red Cross in 
the Chaleur region. 



A special note of thanks is ex- 
tended to the custodial/security staff 
at the Place Bathurst Mall who were 
always available to help us. 

I would like to extend special 
thanks to the 90 volunteers who 
donated three or more hours of their 
time at the gift-wrapping booth dur- 
ing the busy holdiay season. 

I would also like to thank the many 
shoppers who made a contribution to 
our booth from Dec. 3 to 24. Thanks 
again to all those who helped, and I 
wish you all the best in 1993. 

Barbara Vincent 

Red Cross chairperson 

Gift-wrapping project 



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GRAND WINNER DECLARED 

Leonard Wylie of Bathurst was the lucky winner of a 10-day-all- 
expense-paid trip for two to Clearwater Beach, Florida The grand 
prize was the result of Hatheway Limited, Bathurst and Tracadie/ 
Sheila celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Ford Trucks. Mr. Wylie 
purchased a 1993 Ford Explorer to quality for the promotion. From 
left, Bathurst City Police Chief Lloyd Armstrong drew the winning 
ticket assisted by Philip Comeau, sales manager. 



Ken Branch 
South Teteagouche 
"1 am a bit worried 
about second-hand 
smoke, but smoking in 
public places shouldn't 
be banned. 1 don't 
smoke." 



Jennifer Boudreau 

Bathurst 
"1 think smokers 
should be able to smoke 
if they want to, but not 
in public places because 
it is inconsiderate to 
non-smokers. I am a 
smoker, but 1 don't do it 
around non-smokers." 



Reid Imhoff 
Bathurst 

"I don't think it's 
right to ban smoking 
from public places, but 
they should have their 
own area. That way, it 
doesn't infringe on any- 
one's rights." 



Successful mulch 
bodes well for '94 



The environment was the big win- 
ner in Saturday's Christmas tree 
mulch. 

'The response exceeded our ex- 
pectations as far as public panicipa- 
tion." said Don Bishop, co-chairman 
of the citizens* committee that organ- 
ized the tree mulch. This was the 
second year for the project in 
Bathurst. 

Mr. Bishop said there more than 
six loads of mulch taken away from 
the Supcmiall parking lot, the site of 
the '93 mulch. This exceeded last 
year's total of six loads. (One load of 
mulch is about IS cubic yards, which 
equals about 1,200 trees.) 

The mulch will be used on the 
walking trails at Daly Point Reserve 
and on local cross-country ski trails. 
The mulch is being stored at the 
reserve until May. 

Mulching is considered an 
environmentally-friendly alternative 
to burning Chrisunas uees. 



Trees were brought by individuals 
at the mulching site as far back as 
Dec. 29. It took about eight hours for 
the 35 volunteers to complete most of ' 
the mulching. 

In order to speed up the mulching ■ 
process next year, two mulching • 
machines from Atlantic Rentals Ltd. 
will be used rather than one. 

Mr. Bishop is confident that there 
will be a third annual tree mulching - 
next year, if the community of Batli- 
urst shows enough inicrcsL He added 
that volunteers from other organiza- . 
tions will be welcome to participate. 

The 1992 tree mulching was held 
behind the Bathurst Famers' Market 
on Main StreeL 

The tree mulch is organized by the 
citizens' committee, co-chaired by 
Mr. Bishop and Pat Mersereau, in 
conjuction with the City of Bathurst 
and with the support of the local Boy 
Scouts and the Bathurst Rotary Club. 




Some 35 volunteers were busy Sauirday turning Christmas trees into 
mulch. This was part of the second annual tree mulching project in Bathurst, 
which took place in the Supennall parking loL 

(Northern Ught Pholo) 



13th Charlo Gentlemen 

Hockey Tournament 

Charlo, N.B. 

January 25 to January 31, 1993 

Registration fee: $250 per team 
Divisions: Olympic (19 and over) 

Gentlemen (35 and over) 
Cash Prizes: approximately $2000 
For more Information or to register, contact: 



Mr. Gordle Richardson 

P.O. Box 175 

Charlo, N.B. 

EOB 1M0 
Tel: (506) 684-2409 or 
(506) 684-5137 
Fax: 684-4481 




13 ieme tournoi 
de Hockey Gentilhommes 

de Charlo, N.B. 
Du 25 au 31 Janvier 1993 

Inscription: 250$ par 6quipes 
Categories: Olymplque (19 ans et plus) 

Gentilhommes (35 ans et plus) 
Prix: pr6s de 2000$ en bourses 

Pour plus de details ou pour vous Inscrire, communiquer 
avec: 



M. Gordle Richardson 

C.P. 175 

Charlo. (N.-B.) 

EOB 1M0 
Tel: (506) 684-2409 
(506) 684-5137 
Fax: 684-4481 

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CARD OF THANKS 

ALBERT The lamlly of ttie 
late Martial Albert wish to 
thank our relatives, friends 
and neighbors tor ttie many 
acts ol kindness during our 
recent loss To all who vis- 
ited the funeral home, sent 
flowers, memorials, cards 
and food or phoned, your 
kindness was appreciated 
and will always be remem- 
t>ered. To the staff of Cara- 
quet Emergency Depart- 
ment and Ine Director and 
staff of RacKot's Funeral 
Home "Thank You". A spe- 
cial thank you to Mons V. 
Hach6 for the k>vely servk:e 
as well as to Rev. Fatt>ers 
Guerette, Chiasson and 
Dugas for taking piart. To 
ttie members of ttve Royal 
Canadian Legion and 
Knights of Columbus, thank 
you To each and everyone 
of you, your tielp and sup- 
port stiall not tie forgotten 
Viclorina, the chikJren and 
grand children. 

BIRTHS 

O Sun Life 

1212 ST PETER AVE 

(2nd Ikxx Qodln't ElKtrtc BulMng) 

BATHURST 
546 2978 

Congratulations 

Now U the time to start 
planning for your 
baby's future. 
Call us any' 
time to dis- 
cuss addi- 
tional pra- 
te c t i o n 1 
savings or 
an educa- 
tion fund. ^ * 
COMEAUVIENNEAU Odetis 
Comeau & Wayns Vienneau, 
Riviere du Portage, Jan. 2, a 
girl 

CORMIER-GUITARO - 
jMuin«-Manoa Cormisr A Ho- 
ger Guitard, Ponts-Varts, Jan. 
2. a girl 

GUIGNARD - Anne ft Patrice 
Guignard. Points-Verte. Jan. S. 
a boy 

GIONET-NOEL - Mane-Jo(4e 
Gionet i Baino No6l, Allard- 
ville. Jan. 4, a boy. 
ARSENEAU - Jennifer ft Yves 
Arteneau, Dunlop. Jan 5, a 
girl. 

HOUSTON ■ Barbara & Brian 
Houston, Petit-Rocher. Jan. 6. 
a boy. 

GIONET ' Nicole & Armand 
Gionel, St-Sauveur, Jan. 6, a 
girl. 

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 



ire. 



STEPHENSON 

Mark and Mary (Willeit) 
wish to announce the 
birth of (heir fist chlM. 
Kattierine Mary, Ixim De- 
cember 17th, 1992 at the 
Moncton Hospital. Proud 
grandparents are John ft 
Elizabeth Stephenson ol 
Saint John and Claude & 
Connie Willett ol Bath- 
urst. 



CHILD CARE 

J'ainnerais garder des en- 
fants dans la r6gk>n de 
Beresford J'ai aussi mon 
propre moyen de transport. 
542 1213. 

WILL BABYSIT IN MY 
HOME OR YOURS. EX- 
PERIENCE ft REFER- 
ENCES 548-9221 

SERVICES 



CAKES 
FOR ALL 

OCCASIONS 

Weddings, Anniver- 
saries, Birthdays & 
Holidays. Reason- 
able prices. Now is a 
great time to book 
your cake for a 1 993 
wedding. Call Caria 
at: 

548-4148 



PRINTING 

' LETTERHEAD • ENVE- 
LOPES • BUSINESS 
FORMS • BROCHURES • 
BOOKS • LABELS • AD- 
VERTISING MAILOUTS • 
INVITATIONS • POSTERS 
• DIRECTORIES 

PROGRAPH 

548-8934 

3SS LauHer St., 
Bathurmt, N. B. 



FRENETTE 

SPORTSCARDS 

CARTES DE SPORTS 

Check our prices 

on sports and 

non-sportscards 

953 rue Principale 

Beresford 

546-9466 



SERVICES 



SERVICES 



ART CLASSES 
and GALLERY 

Watercolours, drawings 
and drawing lessons. 
Pre-school to adult 
workshops. Call: 
Jean-Frances at: 

546-5718 

Fax 548-3784 



HOUSE CLEANING AT 
REASONABLE RATES. 10 
YEARS EXPERIENCE. 
CALL 548-9221. 



SNOW 
BLOWING 
SERVICE 

Call Denis or 

Mitch Duguay 

546-2317 



SERVICES 



HOCKEY BUS TOUR 
Buffak) VS Quebec, Jan 
23/93 Ticket, motel, etc.. 
$155 Call 1-336-8009 
(Shippagan). 



VOLKSWAGEN 



PARTS AND SERVICES 

GOLF, JETTA. FOX. AUDI 

General repairs, gas & diesel 

Business built on reputation 



H & R AUTO SERVICE 546-8701 
North Tetagouche 



AIDS 

Questions or Concerns? 
Call 

AIDS NEW BNUNSWICK 
at 1-800-561-4009 
(Voice and TDD) 



ELECTRICAL 
WORK 

& 

Repair Service 

call 

LEONARD MARIE L 

546-4060 



ROY MURALS 

Have your chikj's bedroom or playroom wall 
decorated with a LIFE-SIZE painting of their 
favourite cartoon. (Little Mermaid, Ninja Turtles, 
Trolls, Batman, etc.). 
For your FREE estimates call: 

783-2940 



MAINTENMCE PLUS INC. 



We do "ALMOST" anything 

CATERING ESPECIALLY TO SENIOf^ 

• Cleaning • Janitorial Duties • Basement Cleanup & 

• Organization • HOUSEHOLD RENOVATIONS, 
ADDITIONS OR EXPANSIONS. PAINTING, CAR- 
PENTRY. DRYWALL & PLASTER. • YARD A LAWN 
MAINTENANCE & TREE TRIMMING. 

546-5599 



M.D. 
PAWN SHOP 

.it Rabt.'itvilk; 

Sormany Road 

Open Thurs Fti & S.il 

10 am to 10 p m 
T V . wjsrici. d-yof $?0C 
slove iOe.li lor camp $1CC 
oil furnace lor ice shack $40 
Cham saw. ditleroni pncj' 
sewing machine wilh cabir ■ 
$75 

783-2710 



LOST AND FOUND 

LOST- Set ot keys Ind car 
key witti remote keyless 
control system. t.08t during 
week ending Jan 9. West 
Bathurst area Reward ot- 
tered Call Mrs Pottiier 
at 546-4506. 

BUY, SELL OR RENT 
CALL 546-4491 



ELECTRONIC SERVICE & REPAIR 



• STEREOS 
. VCR'S 

. TV'S 

• REMOTE CONTROLS 

• CAMCORDERS 

Competitive Prices - Most Brands 



Bathurst Sat. & Electronics no 

1157 St Peter Ave. 546-3355 




ARTICLES FOR SALE 



1 Box wood stove 1 - 2 door 
fridge, frost free $275. 1 
-24- white fridge $125. Cof- 
fee table. Dressers. Table 
24- X 60- - 22 X 30. Table 
saw Wall desk $50 7" x 18' 
wall table $50 2 roll foam 
$20 54' mattress $20 
dean. Electric antic organ 
$200. Fog & ottier mirrors. 
Old grid stone $30. Miter 
maker Door, window, 
storm door wtiite 32 x 80 
$50 Folding col $10. Ne- 
guac smelts 41b $5 40 
silver pendants & hoops $5 
to $10 600 gift tioxes 3 for 
$1 00 Night table, some 
tools 548-2450 



Water bed with paded rails 
$275. Dining room set 
$325. Rowing machine 
$90 548-5159. 



1 Set ol D 4 R Pro Goalie 
Pads $250 1 Gl^ Cooper 
Trapper $50 Call 542-2069 
after 6 p.m. 



1 set of cutting torches with 
bottles & guages induded. 
Like new 548 9783. 



4 Gragar SST rims 15x8. 
Very good condition. Ask- 
ing prk» $500. obo. CaH 
542-9623 after 5 p.m 



Apartment size piano. Very 
good condition. Asking 
$1,200. 783-4924 after 5 
p.m. 



Fridge, stove, Ige dryer, 39' 
bed, cedar ctiest, apt sz 
wastier & dryer, chrome 
set, 4 chairs 548-3025 



PETS FOR SALE 



Birds for sale, 
after 4:30 pm 



telephone 
783-4336. 



SNOWMOBILES FOR SALE 

1981 Yamaha Entioer 340, 
electric start $1,400. neg. 
546-1294 

1991 Citation Ski-Doo with 
helmet. Uke new. Etectrk: 
start 546 6782. 

1992 Polaris 650 RXL, 850 
miles. Excellent condition. 
Asking $6,900. Call 
783-8187 after 5 pm 

AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 

1963 Ford Escort for sale 
for parts. Some new parts. 
Call 7B3-2940 after 5 p m 

Body parts lor 1983 Old- 
smoblle Omega Also 
Trans. & shaft for 1984 
Omega, 2.5 L front wheel 
drive. Call 546-3101. 

AUTOS FOR SALE 

1984 Pontiac 6000 LE. 2.8 
motor, PW, stereo cas 
sette Good condition. 
Call 542-2120 



1987 Pony Hyundai, auto- 
matic. Good condition. 
$1,500 548-9194 



For sale by tender. 1-1985 
4 dr. Chrysler New Yorker 
1-1968 4 dr. Ford Tempo 
Call 548 8858 before 5 pm, 
asK for Mike or Kevin. 



JOB OPPORTUNTTIES 



LEASING 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 



AUTO 

LEASING 



Full line of new Chrysler 
products. Immediate deliv- 
ery on most models. Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
Individual needs Quota- 
tions given on request 
PHONE OR VISIT 
BAYSIIX 
CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 
SI. Pt«r Av*. Ph. 546-6606 



AUTO 
LEASING 

1969 Honda Accord 
EXI, 35,000 km, fully 
loaded, like new. On 
lease. I will pay you 
$2,000 cash and lease 
transfer cost to assume 
remainder of lease 
term. Reason for sell- 
ing, car not needed 

1-237-2220 



AUBERGE 



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Positions Available 

Immediately 

for 

PART TIME COOKS 

At the Atlantic Host 

Apply In person 

to the chef Luc Leclerc 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15/93 at 2 p.m. 



NOTICES 



NORTHERN LIGHT 
CLASSIFIEDS 



Hitachi washer with spin 
dryer 530 Queel St. Selling 
lor $200. In excellent condi- 
tion 547-8017. 



Large wall unit $100. Micro- 
wave oven. 1.4 cu ft $50. 
546-4768 



Raccoon fur coat, size 
9-10. Asking $275. Call 
783-8632 

Solid hardwood desk. 
Good condition. $125. 
546-9240. 

Student desk. $50. 
5469240 

Cokinial, swinging, hard- 
wood cradle Pad included. 
$50 546 2256 ask for Lad. 



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HOMEWORK HOTLINE 

Beginning January 18. School District 15 through Excellence 
In Education funding is pleased to be offering a Homework 
Hotline. This service is k>eing offered to students of Grades 
3-9. 

Please p hone 547-8902 between 5:15 pm - 9:00 p.m. 
SCBaOL.DXSTRICT OS 

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FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths. $65 cord 
4 ft. lengths. $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 



JOB OPPORTUNITY 

Local tHjikJing supply company Is seeking a 

DEPARTMENT MANAGER 

(Plumbing & Electrical Dept.) 

Minimum 5 years experience. Bilingual a must. 
Good t)enefit package. Send resume to: 

President 

Cfialeur Building Supplies 

P.O. Box 60 

Beresford, N.B. 

EOB 1H0 

No phone calls please 



LIGHT DELIVERY JOBS AVAILABLE 

Envelopes to deliver In greater Bathurst Area. Small 
vehicle preferred Good knowledge of area streets is 
essential Full time day work and part-time evening 
work available Paid in cash. Ex taxi drivers or delivery 
people welconrtel Excellent opportunity for individuals 
with good knowledge of city streets. Please call: 

547-8997 




VILLAGE OF NIGADOO 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

(In conformity with section 66 of the Community 
Planning Act) 

The municipality of Nigadoo Inc. has the Intention of 
adopting a bylaw modifying the by-law no. 23>1984 
entitled 'Arrltd ayant trait k la revision du plan 
d'am^nagement municipal de Nigadoo'. 

The purpose of the change to the municipal plan is 
to eliminate ttie industrial zone located west of the 
railway and to change it into a residential zone. 

Ttie interested persons may consult this proposed 
by-law at the office of the municipal clerk in the 
municipal buikling of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, from 
6:30 to 17:00 hours during the working days. 

Ttie written objections to that by-law will t>e studied 
at a public hearing which will take place at ttie 
municipality hall of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, January 
18th 1993 at 19:00 hours All person who wishes to 
defend or object to those written objections may do so 
at that meeting. 

The written objections will be received by Bill 
L^esque, municipal clerk. 

THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL 
OF NIGADOO INC. 
By: Bill lAveaque 
Municipal Cleric 



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VOLUNTARY TUTORING 

Beginning January 18, School District 15 through Excellence in 
Education funding is pleased to t)e offering a voluntary tutoring on a 
first come first serve basis. This service is offered free of charge to 
students of Grades 1-12. 

Please contact Shelley Gionet between 5:15 pm - 9:15 pm at 
547-8902. 






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FOR SALE 

Back Re'.t'Gas RcK.r. 

for a snowmobile Ad 

juslable. great condi 

tion Must be seen 

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WAWTED TO BUY 

Desperately Seeking - 
Used rowing machine or 
exercise bike to buy. Help 
pay ttiose post- Christmas 
bills by selling your okl ex- 
ercise machine to me! Call 
546-6194 and leave a mes- 
sage or 546-0558. 

WANTED - 1 1 5 h.p. air 
compressor 1 air dip gun, 
k}ng staples, 1 air gun for 
nails Call Gerry at 
763-8910. 

WANTED - Fiberglass cap 
for kxig wheel t>ase Toyota 
truck. 59 '/t X 90' Call 
546-9735 after 7 p.m. 

Wanted to buy - Fjtwrglass 
cap for short wtieel base 
Ford Ranger. Call 
546-2622 



GET PAID FOR TAU(ING ON THE TELEPHONE 

Part time telephone sales job available. Help to raise 
funds for a reputable organizatk>n Evening hours 5-9 
p m available, work suitable tor males or females of all 
ages You must have a good strong voice, a pleasant 
telephone manner and a good attitude Previous 
telephone sales experience vvoukl be an asset but is 
not essential. Also typist required. Please call: 
547-8997 



WANTED TO BUY 

Second hand skates. 
Male/Female/ All sizes. 
Hockey Equipment. 
Also sell skates 

546-6461 



cb Stone-Consolidated Inc. 

UTMUMT HTW MWHSWICK 

STATIONARY ENGINEER 

required for immediate and parl-timo employment by 

Stone-Consolidated Inc. at its Bathurst, N.B., 
pulp and paper mill. 

Successful applicant must be a high school 
graduate and be the holder of a Stationary 
Engineering license, third dass or higher. 

A full range of heavily subsidized Benefit Plans is 
available, including Group Life, A.D & D., Major 
Medical, Sickness, Dental, Pension, etc. 

Interested parties are Invited to submit full 
resume to: 

Personnel Supen/isor 

Stone-Consolidated Inc. 

P.O. Box 536 

Bathurst, N.B. 

E2A 4A3 

Telephone No. (506) 547-0506 




VILLAGE OF NIGADOO 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

(In conformity with section 66 of the Community 
Planning Act) 

The municipality of Nigadoo Inc. has the intention of 
adopting a bv-law modifying his zoning by-law no. 
23-1984 entitled 'Zoning By-law of Nigadoo of 1984'. 

The purpose of adopting this zoning by-law is to 
allow property owners of Frenette Street to buikj at a 
distance of 1 7 meters (55 ft) to 23 metres (75 ft) from 
ttie alignment. Therefore, artides 11(1)a and 11(1)b 
will be modified for Frenette Street only. 

The interested persons may consult this proposed 
by-law at the office of the munkapal clerk in the 
municipal building of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, from 
8:30 to 17:00 hours during the working days 

The written objections to that by-law will be studied 
at a public hearing whk:h will take place at the 
municipality hall of Nigadoo, New Brunswick, January 
18th 1993 at 19:00 hours All person who wishes to 
defend or object to those written objections may do so 
at that meeting. 

The written objections will be received by Bill 
L^esque, municipal clerk. 

THE MUNICIPAL COUNat 
OF NIGADOO INC. 
By: Bill LiveMue 
Municipal Cierlc 



SELLING YOUR CAR? 

Put It In 

The Classifieds 

546-4491 



REAL ESTATE 



NOW OPEN TRADER JACK'S PIZZA AND EUROPEAN CUISINE 



REAL ESTATE 
MLS SALES LEADER 
FOR DECEMBER, 1992 



TRADER JACK'S 

PARTY PACK 



2-12" pizzas, 2 i Pepsi, 1 movie 
and a carnation. 
Movie Rental Is from our new 
video theatre 



16 



SUPERVISED CHILDREN'S 

SATURDAY MATINEE 

(every Sat. 3-4:30 p.m.) 
ALL YOU CAN EAT 

PIZZA & POP 



$099 



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1429 SUIMSET DR 



MON. & TUBS ONLY 
ALL YOU CAN EAT 

PIZZA & CABBAGE ROLLS 
NIGHT 

$C99 
%3 (eat In only) 

MON. - FRI. 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. 

PIZZA & SALAD BUFFET 
$499 



(eat In only) 



Ba6-9-79-7 



MON. & TUES NIGHT 

CDCC BAG OF 
riTCII POPCORN 

with any 
MOVIE RENTAL 
KIDS MOVIE 

99* 

REGULAR RELEASE 
$-|99 

NEW RELEASES 
$299 




1429 SUIMSET DR. 



NOW OPEN TRADER JACK'S VIDEO THEATRE 



GUS THERIAULT 

The Northern N«w 
Brunswick Real Estate 
Board is pleased to an- 
nounce that Gus Ther- 
iautt of Canada Trust/ 
Tri-Way Realty Ltd. it 
the recipient of the Ds- 
cembor 1992 MLS 
(Multiple Listing Ser- 
vice) award for Bathurst 
area. 



120 Criainplaid. Petil Ro 
chef, apt 2 chambres A 
coucher, pas chautld ni 
fiieubid $400/mo. T4I 
783 3512 

1.243 bedroom apts in 
Balhurst Call 546-6568 or 
548 5693 

1 & 2 Bedroom apis Fridge 
& stove included Un- 
healed Riverside Drive 
Call 548-4796 

1 bedroom apt $295/mth 
Electricity not ind Stove & 
Iridge inci Private en- 
trance. At Manor Park, 
5464347 

1 '2 Dupiex, lower level, 2 
bedrooms, extra large 
rooms & windows, park & 
snow removal ind. Furn- 
ished or unfurnished 
548-2479 alter 4:30 pm 

1-3 bedroom duplex, un- 
healed, $415. mo. For 
more information Call 
546-3170 

1 Bedroom apt. tor rent, 
centrally located Call 
546-9120 between9am 5 
p.m. 

1 bdrm. upstairs apt, Be- 
resford Fridge, stove, heat 
& elec. ind $330./mo. No 
pets please 546-9979. 

1 Bedroom apt in Beres- 
tord, $300/mo Heat 4 
elec ind. Call 542-9508 or 
542-1412 

1 bdrm apt, 1296 King 
Ave large kitchen, stove 4 
fridge, unhealed, 
$200 /mo Ideal for single 
person Call 546-4762 

1 bdrm. apt. furnished, 
heated, adults only Lo- 
cated at 188 Main St Call 
546^9742 

1 bdrm. apts, furnished 
close to K-Mart Rooms for 
men, utilities & cable sup- 
plied Call 546 6656 

1 bdrm apt , on St Peter 
Ave , furnished, hot water 
supplied, $335. /mo , un- 
healed S46 3492 

1 4 2 bdrm apts. for rent 
Heal, elec . fridge 4 stove 
Ind. 2 locations Call Louis 
at 546-9621 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT 

2 Btidroofii upstairs apt 
Murray Ave $375 /mo ne 
goliable Call 546 4448 
days, 546 2939 evenings 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bedroom upstairs apt. 

Murray Ave $375 7mo. 

negotiable 

Call 546-4448 days 

546-2939 evenings 



2 bdrm apt., view of water, 
$540 /mo unfieated, fridge 
4 stove incI Available im 
mediately 542-9371 



2 bdrm apt with bathroom 
kitchen 4 living room 
together, fridge 4 stove, 
heat 4 elect, supplied, 
$375./mo. No pets. Deposit 
required Located 2r>d fkx>r 
570 Bridge St , 546 2526 
W.J Cormier Co. Ltd. 



2 bdrm. apt with bathroom 
kitchen, living room, fridge 
stove, heat 4 elec ind. 
$450./mo . no pets. Deposit 
required 540 Bridge St 
(East Bathurst) W.J Cor- 
mier Ltd 546-2526 



2 txjrm. apt., rue du Pare, 
Beresford, trklge 4 stove 
supplied, $325. /mo., un- 
healed 548-2527 



2 bdrm apt , stove 4 fridge 
incl., hook-up for washer 4 
dryer, situated at 694 Ap- 
plet>y St , no pets, adults 
only 546-5147, 548-4354 



1 bdrm her led or unhealed 
apt , stove 4 fridge incl., no 
pets 261 St Patrick St, 
548-4804 or 546-1696 



1 bedroom apt with fridge 4 
stove Unhealed Riverside 
Dr. 546-4281 



1 bedroom apt Fridge, 
stove, heal 4 electricity in- 
cluded Near college $325 
monthly 548-8100 

1 large 3 bedroom base- 
ment apt. centrally located 
Close to mall Fridge, 
stove, washer 4 dryer in- 
cluded Available now Also 
1 large 1 bedroom base- 
ment apt, available Feb 
1st Fridge 4 stove incl 
Centrally located 
542-9746 after 5:30 pm 



2- Appts d louer, 1 chambre 
A coucher Haul $350 /mo 
-t- chauftage, sous-sol 
$275/mo + chauflage. 
ftue Principal* Petit- 
f^ocher, 542-2008 



2 Bdrm apt Avail. Feb 1st. 
Rough Waters Dr Fridge, 
stove 4 curtains incl. 
$300/mo Heat 4 lights 
NOT incl No pets, 
546-9939 alter 5 p.m. 



2 Bdrm unhealed apt 460 
Riverside Or Parking 4 
laundry facilities, adults 
only, no pets, 548-8307. 



2 bdrm heated furnished 
apt., on Riverside Dr . suit- 
able for student, adults 
only, available immediately 
546-3118 



2 bdrm. upstairs apt. in 1 yr 
old duplex. Bale Village 
Subs., fully or partly furn- 
ished, snow removal incl., 
$500. /mo. (Partly furn- 
ished) Heat 4 lights not 
incl . call 547-5699 or 
546 6495 



2 bdrm upstairs aipt , rue 
Jacques. Beresford, heat 4 
elect, ind , $500 /mo., patio 
incl., no pets 546 9979 



2 t>edroom apt. Parkwood 
Heights Stove, fridge 4 
washer/dryer hook-ups. 
NO pets 548-5159. 



2 bedrooms, frkjge 4 stove 
incl. Unhealed Adults only. 
$395 monthly 547- 1450 or 
after 5 p m 546-5134 



2 .Tiedium t>edroom base- 
ment apt. electric heat, 
fridge 4 stove Incl Adults 
only No pels Daniel Drive 
10 min walk to hospital. 
$325 mo Avail Feb 1st. 
548-5856 



2nd storey apt. 2 bdrms . 
living 4 dining room, 
kitchen, bath, pantry, front 
4 back sun porcfies, fridge, 
stove 4 freezer. Downtown, 
no pels 546-2705. 



3 t)edroom apt on River- 
side Drive Unhealed with 
fridge 4 stove. Call 
546-4281 



Students - 1 bedroom furn- 
ished, hieated apt Elec In- 
cluded $300. mo near col- 
lege 546-5298 



2 Bedroom on main floor of 
2 storey house, located on 
Golf SI $425 /mof heat, 
adults only. 546-4368 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Large 1 and 2 bedroom 
apartments, available 
immediately in West 
Bathurst. Completely 
renovated, freshly 
painted, new flooring 
Fridge & stove included 

Call 542-2074 
or 548-9187 



REAL ESTATE 




- Traitor - At a great price only $1 5,500.. in 
great shape. 953-16 - EXCL 

- Magr. Oodin - 3 bdrms , 2 baths, lots of 
trees, attached garage, beautiful cabinets. 
92816 

- Georgaoua new horrw in Beresford 
waiting Tor you, 3 bdrms., patio doors in 
dining, hardwood in living room, kilt of 
cuptx>ards. lot is 75' x 152'. fwuse Is 28' x 
42'. 956-16. 

HAVE A GREAT WEEK...GItnd« 
BilMJOT (H) ^*"'"^ 2^ ImmeublM Lin Do RMlty 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



KENNY'S 



1, 2 bedroom apartinents & bachelor apart- 
ment for rent. Available immediately. Located 
downtown. 

Call: 

546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
546-9315 or 546-8584 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 



CODV 



WINTER 
SPECIAL 

FREE RENT 

for 1 month 

with 12 month lease 

DOWNTOWN -14 2 
bdrm apts . newly reno- 
vated with hardwood 
floors, new laundry fa- 
cilities, ample parking, 
fridge 4 stove, un- 
healed, damage depo- 
sit required ADULT 
BUILDING. 

EDDY HOUSING LTD 
8:30 am - 5 pm 

546-6631 



Apartment, $270 . 1 bdrm , 
refrigerator 4 stove ind.. 
845 St Peter Ave , Bath- 
urst, 546-5352 after 6 p.m. 



Appt. neul A louer avec 
balcon, 2 chambres A 
coucfier. po6le 4 refrigdra- 
teur Incl. Pas chauffd ni 
6clair6 $500 /mo 
546-2(X)2 avani 5 p.m. ou 
548-3277 aprds 5 p.m. 



Available. 2 bedroom 
heated 4 lighted apt in Be- 
resford $450mo Security 
deposit required No pets 
542-2024 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starting from $220.00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

.' bdfrn bawmenl >fi\ . Dori.lW 
ftve , 'fi(*)c>, slwe. hi'Jl & lifjlils 
ncl . I.iige endows S4/ 1450 



3 bedroom apt for rent, 868 
St Pierre Crescent. Snow 
rerrxjval. fridge 4 stove irx:l 
$44S./mth heal 4 elec . not 
included. Also 1 bedroom 
apt $405 /mth. 542-9303 



3 bedroom apt. Beresford 
Center. Fridge, stove, heat 

4 elec.. included. 542-9413 
after 5 p.m. 



4 bedroom apt. Pleasant 
St.. near K— Mart. Fridge 4 
stove supplied $425 /mo. 
unhealed 548-2527 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

555 Appleby Street, 
1 bedroom. $400 /mo 
heated or $335 'mo 
unhealed. 

546-3170 



REAL ESTATE 



OWN A 

BEACH HOUSE FOR 

$3,000. down &$420imo. 

Cozy winterized A-frame si- 
tuated in Beresford on 75 ft. 
beach lot Large deck over- 
loolung bay. spiral stairway, 
fireplace, baby barn, boat 
ramp. Call after 6 p.m. 

542-2069 



Immeubles 



TRI-WAY "-«v 



Indopendant member of 



CANADA TRUST 



Realty Network 



2350 QUEEN ELIZABETH 

OR. - This beautiful executive 
home located on beach lot. 
overlooking Bay of Chaleur. 
Features master bedroom 
with ensuites. hardwood 
floors, French doors, family 
room with fireplace and many 
more turirious to numerous to 
list here, give us a call for visit 
Exd 

385 HENNESSY ST., BATH- 
URST - Home located In ex- 
cellent location ctose to all 
amenibes. Sione fireplace in 
living room, wood stove in 
basement Full bath and 
sauna in basement. Home in 
very good condition Call us 
MLS 

674 RUE PRINCIPALE, PE- 
TIT ROCHER - This large Iwo 
storey home is in exoelleni 
condition and was converted 
Into apis, and has great in- 
come Call us for full details 
f^.L.S. 



GIVE US A CALL - for info on 
many lots cottages, camps 
and commercial properties. 
1838 DUNLOP SOUTH - 
$59,000 00 This 24'x38' 
house located on a 400x1 18' 
lot is in good condition with 
pond nature trees and quiet 
area Give us a call M.L.S 
207 RUE DU li«OULIN, - Ni- 
gadoo. Exd This side split 
home is in excellent corKjitnn 
with three bedrooms, tiard- 
wood floors, large concrete 
deck at back overlooking well 
landscaped lot with mature 
trees and large garden area 
Price to sell, call us. youll be 
glad you did Exd 
CHEMIN LAPLANTE. PETIT 
ROCHER • This home has 
large kitchen with amde oak 
cupboards large living room 
with all hardwood fkxys and 
two ski-light. Spacious bath- 
room with washer, dryer area 
Home is in excellent condition 



MLS 

Services Bilingues 

Gut 546-3864 Theresa 546-3680 Phyllla 548-9640 

Alclde 546-3250 Maurice 783-3116 Luclen 542-2121 
Denjte 546-1200 Karen 783-2059 Fenton 546-6279 

Ybu'n be glad you coled m first. 

990 St. Peter Ave. 
Bathurst, N.B. 



175 RUE MARIE. BERES- 
FORD - Mobile home 48x1 2' 
is in good condition To re- 
main washer, dryer, kitchen 
stove, fridge, couch and chair 
in living room and all blinds. 
Give us a call MLS. 
157 RUE ATLANTIC, BE- 
RESFORD • Only two years 
old. this home is in immacu- 
late condition Completely fin- 
ish up and down Lot is fully 
landscaped with large patio 
deck MLS 

BIG RIVER RD., BATHURST 
• Executive brick homo is 
completely finish up and 
down with six bedroom all 
located on 2S acres with two 
ponds Call us first for a show- 
ing, youll be glad you did 
MLS 

ROSE HILL RO. ST. ANNb - 
This property with oversize lot 
coukf be great investment 
with some repairs to txxne. 
Priced in the 20's. Call us first. 
MLS 

WEEKEND AGENT 
Ttieraaa S46-3686 



548-9821 




JANUARY RENT FREE 

2 bdrm basomont apt . 
Parkwpod Hghts Piivale 
driveway. $360'mo plus 

utilities Adults cV 

1 627 0110 or 548 2030 



APT. FOR RENT 

Large 4 bdrm. apt., on 
Duke St. near Junior 
High & College Fridge 
& stove incl , utilities 
extra. $415./nno 
546-6710 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Large 2 bdrm. base- 
ment apt. at 727 Vic- 
toria St. Upstairs oc- 
cupied by elderly 
couple. Fridge & 
stove incl., $425./tno. 
Available Fe^ st. 

546-9753 



Bachelor apl and 1 & 2 
bedroom apts available for 
rent. 548-8054 or 
548-2979 



2 bachelor apt fully furn- 
ished Quiet k>callon on 
King Ave., near post office 
Tub & shower Hot water 
provided 546-6604 or 
546 6430 after 5 p m 



Located In Beresford. 1 
bdrm apt., healed, stove & 
fridge ino) , $400 /mo In 
Ba^urst. bacftelor. healed 
& turnisf>ed, non-smokers. 
$300mo Security deposit 
required 548-6775. 



Bachelor apt for rent, furn- 
ished, kx:ated in Beresford. 
Call 548-8568 



BERESFORD - Newly 
painted duplex basement 
apt 2 bedrooms + 1 stor- 
age. Paved driveway, pri- 
vate entrance. FrkJge & 
stove, washer/dryer hook- 
ups Utilities not ind $425 
mth. Avail, now 546-3794 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 bdrm ground levol apt . 
carpeted throughout, 2 pic- 
ture windows, private en 
trance, stove & fndge ind , 
NOT heated, adults only 

546-4381 



APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 

at Westmount Apts. 
Bachelor Apts. only 

546-4360 



Small 2 bedroom apl avail- 
able Immediately No pets 
$250 monthly 546-9127 



APT FOR RENT 

Nowly renovated 2 bid 
room apt At 1040 Towi i 
Hill $350 mo Utilities 
NOT incl Call 

548 5245 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



Furnished room lor rent for 
quiet, working, non- 
smoker $50 /week Call 
5468499 



Room for rent near NBCC 
Heal, lights & fully furn- 
ished, private entrance, 
bathroom, kitchenette & liv- 
ing room $70./week. Call 
548 8670 after 5 pm 



Rooms for rent, kitchen fa- 
cilities Downtown & near 
NBCC Call Louis at 
5469621 



Rooms near trade school 
with kithen & laundry facili- 
ties 546-2887 



MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 



2 bedroom mobile fwmc 
with garage on Mines Rd 
Fridge, stove & dryer incl. 
utilities not ind $300./nK) 
Call 548 9381 



Malson mobile A kjuer ou A 
vendre Centre de Robert 
ville T6I : 542-1808 

COTTAGES FOR RENT 



2 cottages for rent, Beres- 
ford beach 2 bedrooms. 
$350 /wk. Available from 
May to Oct. 546-1294. 



HOUSES FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT 



2 Bedroom house for reni 
1201 King Ave Fridge, 
stove, cable, washer/dryer 
hook up a mini blinds 
$450 mo 547 0890 



4 Bedroom house at 
tached garage At 747 
Youghall Dr Avail Jan 30. 
non smokers, no dogs Call 
548 8370 



Allison Cres , available 
Feb 1st. 4 bdrm , 1 1/2 
bath. 4 appliances. Imished 
basement. $600 /mo * util- 
ities Call Mona 546-8448 



Complete house lor rent, 
heal & lights NOT incl Ber- 
lin St (SI Anne) $475 /mo 
Malson complet A louer. 
pas chauft6. pas 6clair6 
Rue Berbn, (St Anne) 
$475 /mo Tel: 548-5227 



House for rent, $550./mo., 
plus utilities. Available 
March 1st, call 547-1096 



House for rent, Pointe- 
Verte, 3 bedrooms, utilities 
NOT included, $400./itk). 
Call Nancy at 546-6362 



Maison d louer, 3 chambres 
A coucher. r6gion Petit Ro 
Cher Sud, $325 /mo . ap- 
pelez 542 1992^ 



Spacious 2 bdrm mini- 
home incl, living room A 
dining room , with deck off ol 
it Kitchen with fridge & 
stove Full bathroom ind 
washer & dryer Fully car 
peled 548 8929 after 6 pm 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 



Warehouse for rent in East 
Bathurst Apply at W.J 
Cormier Co Ltd 546-2526 



COMMERCIAL FOR RENT 



COMMERCIAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
located at 216 Main 
Street, 259 King 
Ave., and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town core. 

Call Eddy Housing 

at 

546-6631 



LITTLE ADS 
GIVE 

BIG RESULTS 



Behind Beresford Buikling 
Supplies. 2 bedroom du- 
plex Fridge, stove, wastier. 
dryer & blinds Induded Lo- 
cated on Jasmine St.b 
546 6753 or 548-9444 



Beresford - 1 bedroom apt 
with fridge & stove No pets 
548 2394 or 546-9127 



BAYSHORE 

mb«r PHO 

S REALTY :^ 



S46-9913 
FAX 

546-«144 



Beresford - Appt 3 cham- 
bres A coucher Rideaux 
inclus Pas chauff6 niMai- 
r6. Pas d'animaux 
$450./mois Disponible 
maintenant 548-8415 ou 
548-9359. 



For rent. 1 bedroom apt 
Available now. centrally lo- 
cated In Beresford 
$395/mo Does not include 
heal & utilities For lurtfier 
information 542-9303 



Looking for 1 or 2 bedroom 
apt. for small family in quiet 
location for $300 /mo. 
range Call 546-4100 



Newly renovated 1 bed- 
room t>asement apt $285 
monthly, unhealed Fridge 
& stove incl Private drive- 
way Close to hospital 

548-5911. 

PARKWOOD HEIGHTS - 2 
bedrooms, unfurnished, 
private entrance and park- 
ing, shed, dryer and washer 
hookup, stove and fridge 
Basement No pets Couple 
without children 
$360/monthly Available on 
the Isl of February Call 
546-5341 after 4 p m 

Petit Rocher. bachelor apl. 
2nd floor, completely furn- 
ished, including heal & 
lights $425./mo 783-2613 



CRAIG AVE. (OFF 
YOUGHALL 0R.):4 bed- 
room home on large lot. 
features 2-way fireplace, 
large sun deck Quiet and 
private Price in the 60's 
CLIFTON: Waterside. 1 
acre .lot. 3 bedrooms, ap 
pliances to remain Pr- 
iced in the $30's Must 
sell 

SUNSET DR.: Executive 
home located on 2 5 
acres with 3 bedrooms, 
large fireplace, oak floors, 
oak cupboards with at- 
tached garage 
PAPINEAU LAKE: Fin- 
ished with pine inside and 
cedar shingle outside 2 
bedrooms, fully furnished 
camp, landscaped to the 
lake Very private Many 
extras (EXCL) 
ST. ANNE: Super ■ i.ner 
home, priced in the 60s. 
two acres of land with this 
3 bdrm. large kitchen 4 
living room with fireplace, 
large family room. Ap- 
pliances to remain. Pr- 
iced tor quick sale 
(EXCU. 



NOTE: We have land of 
every description and 
many investment oppor- 
tunities for your consider- 
ation 

RUE JEROME COM- 
EAU, Petit-Rocher, 2 
year okl modern home on 
70X110 lot Quiet local 
Walking distance to 
beach. (EXCL) 
HAY CRESC: 4 Bdrm 
bungalow on large lot 
Fireplace in living room 
for cozy family living. Pr- 
iced in the 80s. (EXCL) 

N. TETAGOUCHE: Pri 
vale 2.3 acre. 4 large 
bedrooms, formal dining 
room, fireplace in living 
room, large family room, 
extra large country style 
kitchen (EXCL) 

3 BEDROOM APT.- Mur 

ray Ave $350./mo 
NEW LISTINGS, BE- 
RESFORD - Kent Trailer 
Park, new mini home of- 
fers extra quality finest 
and is a great starter 
home many extras, 
$29,900 EXCL 



BARBARA GUGGENHEIMER AGENT, 546-4196 
BILL NOBLE HUGH CURRIE 

548-2808 546-9309 



ThePrudential'^/Jpf Preferred Properties 
1120 St. Petei Ave., Bathurst, 547-8844 



OPEN HOUSES 

SUNDAY, JAN. 17, 1M3 

2 TO 4 P.M. 

218 JACQUES ST. 

BERESFORD 

Hottaaa-SharorV 

Karan 

1733RIVERBANKDR. 

BATHURST 

Hostess-Carol 

COMIMERCIAL PROP- 
ERTY - Prime building 
downtown, groat rent- 
als plus spoce for retail 
Exd Cario 

WATER VIEW AND IN- 
COIME PROPERTIES ■ 2 
properties on water • 3 
buriflakaws with apart- 
ments Excl Carta 
VICTORIA ST. - Handy 
man s special. 2 storey 
home priced In 40's. 
I^LS. Call fvlona 
lOeS TAMARACK DR. 
- 3 or skle-split with 
mother-in-law suite. 
large lot Carol (Excl.) 
NEW LISTINO - West 
Bathurst. 3 bedroom 
front split, attochod gar- 
age, comer tot Coll Ka- 
ren today, S70.000S 
Excl 
Caria 548-4628 Wendy 546-3825 
Assoc. Manager Mona 546-6742 
Karen 546-9571 Carol 546-8094 
2 locations to SERVE YOU 
St. Peter Ave. & Chaleur Mall 



SOUTH TETA- 

GOUCHE - 7 building 
tots with approximately 
1 acre each In ITose HII 
Carol MLS 

BERESFORD • Modern 
bunglaow. finished 
basement, oak cup- 
boards, mouldings, 
doors. Hardwood floors, 
Adrlenne 

NEW LISTING - IVIod 
em Multi level with view 
o( the Bay in Beresford. 3 
bed up. 1 down Huge 
kitchen S104,<?(M MLS. 
Franc ine 

ST. PATRICK - Charrrv 
ing 2 storey older tiome 
Formal dining room. A 
bGdrooms. * hardwood 
floors Ck>se to al amen- 
ities IVILS S7<5.900 Fran- 

KENT LODGE - Large 
home on spacious lot 
SI 55.000 MLS Francino 
10SO BRYAR RD. - Ex 
tra kirge bungatow with 
on income A must to 
see I^LS, Wendy 
ST. ANNE, OODIN ST. 
EXCL. • 3 tiedroom mo- 
bile, kind, garage, call 
Polly 



S9S TAMARACK DR. - 

2 storey with 4 large br' s 

in desirable Forest Glen 

Subd Carol (Excl ? 

MOBILE HOME • On a 

large lot. all redone In 

gyproc. camp on the 

river at bock Included. 

Coll Adrlenne 

EXCL. NEW LISTINO - 

5 bedroom bunglaow 

on Nepisiguit l?rver Call 

Polly 

100 ACRES - excellent 

home. South Tota- 

gouche. S78.500 Call 

Stiaron 

MLS, VIEW OF WATER 

- and home to fil yoor 
dreams Coll Polly 
BLACKLANDS • 200 
acres of vocanf kjnd on 
both skjet of l7oute 134. 
MLS. Call Mono 
GREAT BUY ■ Re- 
newed bungatow. Excl 

- Vinyl skJing, oak cup>- 
boards, at $69,900. Ad 
nenne 

GREAT STARTER 
HOME ■ downtown 
Bathurst, 3 bedroom 
bungloow Large lot 
S60,000 MLS. Karen 



Adrlenne 546-9376 

Franclne 547-1094 

Polly 546-3121 

Sharon 548-3966 



WEEKEND AGENT 

Sharon 

548-3066 



The Prudential Insurance Company of America 



2i}7R} Nova Sco<la LImllod (Agent) 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office space in Key 
stone Place, 270 Douglas 
Ave For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weekdays 




OFFICE SPACE 

865 sq.ft. & 1250 sq. 
ft. on King Ave., near 
Post Office, newly 
decorated. Recep- 
tion area & four of- 
fices. Excellent price. 

546-6604 or 

546-6430 



The No flhem Light. Wed., Jan. H, I99.V- 7A 

HaUSE FOR SALE 
Y OWNER 

'845 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst 

Commercial Zone, lot 160' x 1000/2 

6 Units - Revenue $21,600. 

Asking $144,500 negotiable 

525 St. Peter Avenue, Bathurst 

House, completely renovated 

Can be divided into two apartments 

2 electrical outlet 

2 hot water tanks 

2 bathrooms 

Asking $54,500. negotiable 

(506)546-5352 or (514)524-9276 

or (506) 546-6710 
ACCEPT ANY OFFER REASONABLE 



RETAIL & OFRCE 
SPACE 

Available on St Peter 
Ave . approx 900 sq ft 
on ground floor with a 
display window frontir)g 
St Peter Ave 
also 
Approx 1000 sq ft of- 
fice space, second 
floor Call Marc 

548-2273 
(evenings 546-2846) 




Only 1 1/2 yrs. old and built with superior products anr^ 
workmanship This home will give you many years ol 
trouble-tree maintenance The rent from the basement 
apartment will reduce your out-of-pocket expenses to 
probably less than your present rent. Can you afford 
not to look into this' Call Adrlenne 547-8844 or 
546-9376 

ThRPrudential'^^/y Preferred Properties 



HOUSES FOR SALE 

Completely renovated 
kitchen, new roof 2 bdrm 
t>asement apt to help pay 
mortgage Many more fea- 
tures IVIoving - Must Sell 
S469736 

QUICK SALE - Ftent on 
optk>n to buy Centrally lo- 
cated in Robertville Sale 
price as appraised 
$37,000 3 bedroom bun- 
galow, lull basement 
783-41 33 or 783-7040 after 
5 pm. 



FLEET REALTY 



MIOOLE RIVER • Motal* H<xn> - Try t1 3 000 00 (Eid) 

•70 RIVERSIDE OR ■ MUgmficanl OUl Horn. (E»cl) OFFERS" 

MIDDLE RIVER - 3 tmimm •iuct>«> jmif (EacI) 

SUMMER COTTAQE WrTH lEACH ACCESS ■ JANEVILLE tM.OOO (MLS) 

SALMON BEACH 21 ACM - Mtti bMvVf porvd and tr»M (MLS) 

■mt-PLEX ON C(MNER LOT IN BATHURST • W* nMd OFFERn (MLS) 

MAIN STREET BATMUH8T • COMMERCIAL BUILDIKX3 ■ Qr—t ln«««tm»r« 

(MLS) 

2i2i ROUGH WATERS OR - BungaKm in gsod thap* Large kx (MLS) 

CHAMBERLAIN SETTLEMENT . Bvaulilul Iwma wtli baunanl auta (Eid) 

BUILOINO LOT - in Oty on qual aiMI (MLS) 



luura « wfUBto Acan 

548-0000 



Robtrt 
Homibfok 



S«ndr( Myma 

BoudrMu Aintllt 
54$M28 54CSK5 



546-6800 OnluiK 



Immeuble LAN-DO Realty 



INCOME PROPERTY - 

Spockxjs 3 bdrm. front spit 
home with Q 2 bdrm. bote- 
ment apt Lot is 120x126 
with on unattached gar- 
age CkMe to all amenities 
(108-15) Excl 

GREAT PRICE - t^ewly re- 
novated txxne in quiet 
area of Battxjrjt. 2 or 3 
bdrm. new vinyl siding and 
o shed Great starter 
tyyne tor first tinne buyers 
Asking S45.0OO 00 (810-7) 

MEW PRICE - SpociOLJS 4 

bdrm split entry located in 
private and quiet sur- 
roundings Cozy firepkace 
and lots of rrature treM. 
Owners trontferred. 
S79.900 (V50-7) 



GREAT STARTER ■ Ask- 
ing $12,500 tX) for this 2 
Ixlrm trailer size is 12x54 
(975-15) 

SPACIOUS AND 
BRIGHT - 4 bdrm bunga- 
low on a 120x140 tot, Po- 
tenttol for an opt Lorge 
kitchen with center Isle 
Shed incl S72.500 (966-7) 
BERESFORD - 3 yrs front 
split, attoched goroge. 
double paved, beautiful 
lawn, deck S88.500 
(968-16) fVILS 

DUPLEX - centrally lo- 
cated in Beresford. 2 & 3 
bdrms t^lew oak cabinets 
in one unit Hardwood In LR 
of another. S86e/mo in- 
come not heoted 
S69.900 (955-16) fVILS 



SUZANNE 

LANTEIGNE 

546-61 7S 



KIMBERLy 
CLARKE 
S4«-20ia 



MONA 

KELLV 

546-«484 



WEST BATHURST • Well 
kx:ated on kirge tot this 
44x28 ft home feafi^es 3 
bdrm up and 3 bdrm 
down Also featuring tiro- 
pkxe orx) double gar- 
age $87,900 (101-4) I^LS 
LET'S NEGOTIATE ■ Very 
wel kept 2 storey tiome 
with 3 bdrms 2 txjlh. rec 
room on rrxjin level arid 
spoctous througtxiut Also 
double garage S 74. 000 
(102-4) MLS 

NEW GOLF COURSE - 
Only 10 Vrj old this 3 bdrm 
split entry features large 
master bdrm and rec 
room forrral dining, car- 
port and lit] on a tjeautlful 
groomed tondscoped k>t 
$99,900 (978-4) MLS 

GLENDA 

OOOIN 

548-9890 



1300 St. P«ler Ave. 
Bathurst Mall 



1199 St. Peter Ave. 
Bathurst 



Each otilc* I* Indcpcndanlly owrwd and oparaMd 



coLOUieu. 

BANKeRQ 



270 DOUGLAS AVE. 




REDUCED TO SELLII MLS - Ru* 
de la Saie. BafMlord GorQeous 
waiarlront property. tK)rligrilB. 
doubl* garaga. cantral vaccum 
an) mjch mxal 1169.800.00 Call 
Norma A PItra. 783-7345 



SUNSET OR MLS - Your Monay 
CouUnl Buy Mora - 4-Pla«. 
rTx>nthly mooma S2.0t0. Ona yaar 
odd Liva tn ona and rant Ihraa 
otriar^. Add axtra monay to your 
(ncoma C«> Pntdta S48-2876 



l^igrtone 

■^"REALTY 



548-8866 



11SS SMITH DRIVE. PARK- 
WOOD HEIGHTS (MLS) - Imma 
Oilaia 4 badroom. 2 bathroom 
rioma. Faatura* hardwood tloon. 
oak cabinais. tapcioui lamily 
room Prtvaia cornar k>t Call Flor 
mo Rutladga 546-6717 

VENDOR WIU RNANCE (MLS) 

- This oklar homa In BatriurU It a 
mu«l 10 ba saan Built m ap- 
pkanoaa. aioellani oondDion. Call 
today Garakt Oltan 5460296 




^m^^^4 



RUE MAOISCO. PETIT 
ROCHER, MLS - Baamilul axacu 
l^• home on a cornar kx. pavad 
drivaway. anacAad garaga. larga 
rooms and much rTX>ral Call 
Ntoima K Pllra. 783-7345 



VICTORIA ST. MLS - A Lot ol 

Livablliiy. iMaw cuahkxi lloora. 
Ihraa larga badrooma. larga play 
room and two badroorna In baaa- 
manl. axcallant lor growing lainly. 
A must to taa. call Prtacllla 
546-2876 



COUNTRY CHARM, KENT 
LODGE RD. (MLS) - This 2 yr ok) 

homa Mil maka your draarra coma 
Irua. Sat up lor a wnal privae 
buainau. with laparala antrano*. 
Call today Garald Oltan 
546-9296 




Aonii 



BRtDEAU AVENUE, EXCL ■ 

Lovely new 3 badroom bunglaow 
mainienanca Iraa eitanor. Prcad 
m the TOt. 5 yaar warranty. Call 
Moira Boyla. 546-2273(548-8866 

DUPLEX-INCOME tOO.OO 
MONTHLY (MLS) ■ La/ga homa 3 
badrooma and tiraplaoa on main 
Ikion pkja 2 badroom •pattmant 
on tha k>vat laval. WaUng dit 
lance lo tha hoapHal. Call Mc 
Boyle. 546 2273/548-8866 

BAIE VILLAGE S/0 (EXCL) ■ Juel 
Wie naw w«h eiquMe Intarior. 
laaluring pnvala badiyaid. brick 
IronL paved yard and linlahad 
basement. Call Norma Aub4 
783 8300 

JOHN CORMIER. BERESFORD. 

MLS • Have your dream oottaga 
for next summeri 3 Uediooma * 3 
hook upa tor trailer. Vinyl tkting. 
Call Norma A Pitre. 793-7)45 



OWNER RELOCATING 8 MUST 
SELL (MLS) Thii couk) be the 
homa lor you. located In one o< 
Balhunls quietecl eubdlvalont 
Call Claudalia Ouguay. 
546-4684/548-8866 

OUEEN EUZABETH/JACOUES 
CARTIEfl OR. ■ Con^ja. ocawi 
IronlSO'i MLS - Furnlthed 3 bad- 
rtxMm. on extra large Id. Eaay 
maintenanoe eitertor Cal fk>nn» 
Rudledge 546-6717 

PEACE. TRANOUIUTY 8 SEC- 
LUSION (MIS) How (bout ft**, a 
3 bedroom tvi -ie. pkja a 3 t>ad- 
room coitae< ol 4 acrae of land 
The rVer and stream Ikw through 
Ihit property Cal 5488866 lor 
mto 

$35,000 (MLS) ■ 2 badroom homa 
in RobertvlKe. cal Norma AuM. 
783 8300 



ARMSTRONG BROOK (EXCL) • 

Appro! tv. acraa. Thie IVt Mo- 
ray la/m house is a mutt to view. 5 
bedroom* mmuiee from the ksvaly 
Bay of Chaleur Ca'! Kaihy Hickay 
1 2375696 

6 BEDROOM HOME (ICS) - Only 
$65,000 and •Ming on an acre 
Could alio be a Duplex with mini- 
mum changes Call Norma Aub* 
783-8300 

TOWN SITE (MLS) - DipMi. fea- 
lurae hardwood fk>ort. spackMja 
mienor Central kKaikMi Income 
$425 up and $450 down For 
viewing call Fkinne Rulledge 
546-6717 

OOUCET SUBDIVISION - Your 
dream coma true Own a tovely 
bnck home wHh a aaparala en- 
trance to baaamani apartment 
Call Fkxkia Rutladge 548-8717 



BROKER 
ARTHUR J. ROY 

SALES MANAGER 

MOIRA BOYLE 

546-2273 



NORMA AUBE 

713-8300 
FLORME RUTLEDOE 

S484717 
CLAUDFrTE DUGUAY 

M»4$»4 



GERALD OLSEN 
S4&-929S 

CLAUDE BLANCHARD 
S4»-27f( 

GRACE BRASSEUR 
M3'1M3 



KATHY HICKEY 

1-337-5696 

NORMA A PURE 

7JJ-7345 

PHISCILU LAFFOLEY 

S4(-287t 



SALES PEOPLE ON DUTY 24 HRS. A DAY 



C l^.-L^ritwvH Hai.t«r V«»4r^>^ll»Blttl«« Aula 

■•14 1 t9Kmt4 Mrfr.b*r hvhrt .4 LoMvvl 9mk»r ABtmn «l C« 



fmmmmi re^kk re^kx tmrn fmm trnm tmm w/um \mm trnm tmrn re^kk re^kk vmm 



im,ma 



OPEN HOUSE 
SUN., 2-4 

3M roULEM ST., BERES- 
FORD, NB ■ Come visit ttiil 
3*1 bedroom bungalow 



Featur** tiarrtwood lloors. 
oak staircase, garage with 
workshop, pnvate ttackyard 
with IS « 32 pool. CouM ba 
yours to mova into ttiii 
spring /O's MLS 




OCEAN niOOE- MLS -S«a 

wmds s/d BO'S Prime loca- 
tion Offers 5 year old side 
split with 3 l>adroomt. 2 
baths, doubia pavad drivt 
with carport. 12 > 16 shad, 
oantral vac t air exchanger 
To viaw call Haidi 



M9 RUE PRINCIPAL, BE- 
RESFORD. - MLS - Naal and 
cosy OILY $3,000 down it 
Its your first homa In S years 
Paymani is aboul $550/mo 
GREAT STARTER HOME - 
MLS - King Avenue features 



4 bedrooms, basement nn- 
ished with woodstove 2 
baths Call Heidi 
NORTH TETAGOUCHE, 

MLS - Great Prioa 3 b at- 
tacfied garage Lovely Bar m 
Rec Rm Built in oven and 



Siuve Lieck overlooKs pri- 
vate 2 acres 

NEW LISTINO - Pent Rocher 
Bank Tranafar offers this 
choice home complete 
basement finish, 2nd bath. 
huge garag* View ol bay 



SANDRA NEm 

54M655 548-5W0 

REMAX Realty SERVICE 

Immaulilaa Ine. 

1428 St. Palar Ava. 

547-0007 



RF/mX RF/MIX RF/M(K RE^ISX RF/HBK RF/MKK RF/MSC R6^BK RF/^KK RB^KK Rf^SC Rg^RC RB^BK RF/MIX RB^KK 



8A— The Northern Li^ ht . Wed.. Jan 13, 1993 
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES JOB OPPOflTUNITIES 



PICTURES FRANCHISE 
Available. complAta rvtail A 
custom framing oanMr. 21 
stores across Canada Ex- 
citing business opportunity 
Contact lorry MulhoHand 
at 1416-931-6S48 

EMPLOYMENT WANTED 



BARTENDING 
SERVICE 

Licensed experio )ce ' t>ar 
lenders available ijr any 
soaal function Call Bill: 

546-6898 



FULL TIME 

Looking tor sitter for a 
13 month old, in my 
home (Tremblay area) 
Must be a non smoker, 
have own transporta- 
bon. be mature, have 
references and be avail - 
al)le from Mon to Pri 
from 7 am to 5:30pfn 
Salary to be discused 
Serious inquiries only 
For Interview call Char- 
lene attar 7p.m. at 

783-2940. 



BUSINESS FOR SALE 



^ 



FRANCHISE BUSINESS 
FOR SALE 

Located in Chaleur Centre 
For information call: 

546-3450 or 546-6761 



TENDERS 




CITY OF BATHURST 
VILLE DE BATHURST 

C.P./P.O. Box 116 
Bathurst. N.B. E2A 3Z1 



TENDER 



Tender: PW 01-93 JANITORIAL SERVICES 
CITY HALL ANNEX 
PW 02-03 JANITORIAL SERVICES 
NEPISIGUIT CENTENNIAL LIBRARY 

Sealed Tenders addressed to Louise Wafer. City 
Clerk, City Hall, PO Box 116. Bathurst, N B. and 
marked on envek>p Tender for PW 01-93 JANITOR- 
IAL SERVICES CtTY HALL ANNEX OR PW 02-93 
JANITORIAL SERVICES NEPISIGUIT CENTEN- 
NIAL LIBRARY, will be received until 2:00 p.m., 
January 19, 1993, at tl-« Purchasing Dapl. 4th Lavel 
in the Tender box, tor the supply of JANITORIAL 
SERVICES AT THE ABOVE LOCATIONS, to the City 
of Bathurst Specif icatrans and Tender documents are 
available from the Purchasing Department at City Hall 
All inquiries related to this Tender shall be made to 
Allan Branch, City ol Bathurst. at (50«) 540-0700. 

The k>west or any tender not necessarily accepted 

ALLAN BRANCH 

DIRECTOR OF PURCHASING 



LEGAL NOTICES 

NODCC OF MORTOAaC (AU 
TO: UNOAL CONSTRUCTION 
LTEE, ■ body coiper— . Mongieo' 
and JACOUeS MVOK, Ouwaniw 
AND TO: FCOERAL WMMEaS 
0EVB.OmKNT BANK, hoMw ol 

tfM MOOOd sod Mfd fnOflQAQM. 

AND TO: NATIONAL tANK Of 
CANADA, hot(Nr ol Itw toutm mon- 

AND TO: CENTIUL OUARANTV 

TNUST COMPANY, hoMw of Ifw 

n\t> mon0ao«. 

AND TO: AU. I^SMa ol ttw 

pmrrtm et UNDAL CONaTNUC- 

TKM LTEE tliMli N Ov«c No. 112 

Mair) StroM. m (ha CKy ol Bahurai. 

Naw BrunawidL 

AND TO: ALL OTVCRS WOM IT 

UAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS (Mau* hai bawi 
mada m itia parmanl ol »<a prindpal 
irnnaiia and Mataal aacurad by a 
oaitaln Motlgaga o) Iha landa and 
pia«rtaaa atuatad al Civtc NurrAar 
112 Matn Siraal. In Iha Cly o( 
Baltiuiat. In Iha County o< Qlouoaaiai 
and Piovinoa ol Naw Bruoawlck. 
daad ma 27lh day of July. 1988 
mada balwaan LINOAL CON- 
STRUCTION LTEE. Mong^or tni 
THE IMPERIAL LFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA. Monga- 
gaa. and JACQUES SAVOIE, Guar- 
anor. and raglalarad ki iKa OflIca o* 
Iha Raglatrar of Oaa* In and tor Iha 
County of Qloucaalar on Iha 1 Nh day 
of July. iMe in Book 12M at paga 
401 aa NurttMT 205147. contrary to 



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 
undac and l>y vinua of tha powar of 
•ala eon(aln*d In tha Axwrractad 
Mwlgagaand aa (Ml tha powar ol 
aata oonlarrad upon ilw Mongagca 
by Iha Proparty Act. baing Chapiar 
P- IB ol Iha RarlMd Slatulaa ol Naw 
Brunamtck. 1073. and amandmania 
tttaraio. ttia lands and pramlaaa 
daacrtiad In tha harainbalora man- 
donad Mongi^ In favour ol THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA and nwra 
partlculaity daacrt>ad in Schadula 
'A* atiachad haralo and lormlng pan 
ol mk Indantura will ba told ■ public 
auction in or naar ir>a QkKcaalar 
County Coun HouM. baing CMc 
Numbar 2S4 Si. Park* Siraal, In tha 
C<y ol Balhurtt. in Iha County ol 
Qtouoaatar and Provinca d Naw 
Brunawkk. on FrMay. Iha 22nd day 
olJanu«y,A.D 1(83 N 1 1 0O In tha 
loranoon, unlaat Iha Mongaga prln- 
dpal and Intaraat wgallwr olh tha 
COM ol Ihaaa procaadbiga ara (oonar 

(MM. 

For Mnm and cond WI ona ol aaia 
oonlacl Ma u ra, ai awfl McKatvay 
Slittng Scalaa. P.O. Box 20070, 644 
Main Straal, Sula SOI. Monclon, 
Naar Bnjnaiak^ E 1C OM 1 . tolcMara 
for Iha Mo(tgi«aa, THE IMPERIAL 
LFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CATMOA. 

Dalad at tha City ol Moncttn. In 
tha County ol Waatmorland and 
Provinca ol Naw BrunaiNlck thii ISIh 
day ol Dacainbar. 1802. 

STEWART MCKELVEY 

STIRLINQ SCALES 

Sollcton tor 

THE IMPERIAL LFE ASSURANCE 

COMPANY OF CANADA 

•CHEOULE -A- 

ALL AND SNOUIAR thai oanam 
tot, placa or paical ol land and 
prarrilaaa •HuaM. lying and baing on 
tha South sua ol Main Siraal. In Ilia 
Town ol Balhurtt. in tha County ol 
Qtaicatlar and Provinca ol Naur 
BruntwM, boundad and daacrtiad 



LEGAL NOTICES 

ol gioucaalar on iha 22nd day ol 
OcUbar. A.O.. 1973 a* Nuntw 
4«4«4, ol Volurra 373. al P^at S40 
to 542. 

AND BEINQ Iha aama land and 
pramkat aa oonvayod to Lindal Con. 
tlrucdon LMa Irom Linda Savoia by 
Oaad dalad Iha 23 day olJuna. A D . 
1B7S and ragltiarad m ma Ragialry 
OMoa In and lor Iha County ol 
Qloueaatar on iha 27ih day ol Juna. 
A.O., 1S7S at NurrtMT «13M, ol 
Vokjma S«4. at Pagaa 135 lo 138 



Beo»MINQ « a point on Iha 
aouh (Ida ol Main Straal whaia tha 
waa l arly tlda Ina of landa lonnarly 
oamad by Elan WMla inlartacH tha 
aaU atioai; tttanoa In a wattarly 
dIfaeHon along tha aouth tlda llna ol 
Main Siraal tany4our taal: tianca In 
a aoutharly dIrwUon «id at f^ht 
anglaa IS Mia aoutt tlda Una ol Main 
Svaal aWyfwan («7) laal: ihanca 
taa l adywdporNM to tha aouth tlda 
llnaal Main SitmI lorty-lour (44) laal 
or 10 Hia n iiilarl y aWa Una ol landt 
lormany oamad by Eian WMM: 
Ihanoa In a nonharly dbaoUon along 
tha wailirl i tlda laiaolltialNaElan 
WMa^ proparty lo tha aoulh tlda 
UnaelMaln Sl i— ltlity-aa¥anlaailo 
Hia pwoa ol baglnnlng. 

AND HAVINQ BEEN APPROVED 
for lagblralon by J.Q. Oraanougn, 
Oavalopniant OMoar lor Iha Oiy ol 
Balhurtt. on rha ISM) day arCoobar. 
AD . 1973 aa thown m a 0«ad to 
Mais Raaly Ltd . Irom Kanny Raaty 
LM.. dalad tha I2ih day of OoHbar, 
A.O.. i«73 and ragMarad In tha 
Ragliiry Offloa In and tor tha County 



N01KE OF MORTOAQE SAl£ 
TO: e41Mt HM. UMTED. a body 
corporala. Mortgagor and 
JACOUES SAVOIE. and OK-LES 
LAJCIE, Quaraniort. 
AND TO: THE IMPERIAL UFE 
ASSURANCE COIVANV Of CA- 
NADA holdar ol tha taoond man- 
saga. 

AND TO: CENTRAL OUARANTV 
TRUST COMPANY, holdtr cf Iha 
INrd. lounh and ftth mongjuat. 
AND TO: W.M. IXDUCET t SONS 
LTD., a body corporala. Judgmani 
Cradtor 

AND TO: SLANCHARD READY 
ISX LTD., a body corporaa. Judg- 
mani Cradltor 

AND TO: AM STAT LTEE, a body 
corporala. Judgmam Cradltor 
AND TO: LEON CHOUMARD ET 
RLS at LTEE, a body corporaa, 
Judgmam Cradtor 
AND TO: ALL LESSEES ol tha 
prarrtaat ol 041W2 H.W. UMTED 
tiluala al Civic Not 1120-1124 51. 
Palart Avanua. n Iha Cty ol Balh- 
urtt. Naw Brunawlck.i 
AND Ta Aa OTHERS m«]M IT 
MAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS dalauli hat baon 
mada In Iha paymam ol »<a principal 
monayt and intaraat tacurad by a 
oanam Mongaga ol Iha landt and 
pranMat tHutiad ■ Civic Nurrtiart 
1 1 20- 1 1 »4 SI Patart Avanua. at Iha 
City ol Balhurtt. in iha County ol 
Qloucatiar and Provinca ol Naw 
Bruntwkk, daad Iha Sth day ol 
Juna. 1089 mada balwaa n 041682 
N B. LIMITED. Morfgi^or and THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA. Mortga- 
gaa. and JACQUES SAVOIE and 
GILLES LAJOIE. QuarMitort, and 
raglalarad In tha Oltica d tha Ragl- 
tlrar ol Oaadt In and lor iha County 
ol Qloucatiar on iha 6lh day ol Juna. 
1(69 m Book 1278 a paga 284 m 
Nunliar 203767. contrary k) tha 
larmi iharaol: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai 
undar and by vinua ol tha powar ol 
tala contalnad m tha dbova-raolad 
Mongaga and at wal tha powar ol 
tala oonlarrad upon tha Mongagaa 
by Iha Propany Ad. baing Chtplar 
P 19 ol Iha Ravaad Slalutat ol Naw 
Brunawkk. 1973. and amandmantt 
iharato. tha landt and piamltaa 
daaoitiad In tha haralnbalara man- 
llonad Mongaga In lavour ol THE 
'MPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
oOMPANY OF CANADA and mora 
panlcularly daacflbad In Schadula 
'A' atiachad haralo and forming pan 
ol thit Indantura w«l ba told ■ public 
auction in or naar Iha QkMcatlar 
County Coun Houaa, baing CMc 
NurTt)ar 254 St. Parick Siraal, In tha 
Cly ol Balhurtl. in Iha Cixirty of 
OkMcaalar and Provinca ol Naw 
Brunawkk. on Friday, Iha 22nd day 
ol January, AD 1903a llJOlniha 
loranoon, unlaat tha Mongaga prin- 
cipal and Intaraat logalhar wlh Iha 
coal of thata procaadbiga ara loonar 
pakl. 

For tarns and oondKtona ol tala 
contact Mattrt Siawan McKalvay 
SlMIng Scaat. P O Bo> 20070. 644 
Main Siraal, Sula 601. Monclon. 
Naw Bruntwidi. EICBMI. toldKKt 
tor tha Mongagaa. THE IMPERIAL 
LFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

Daad « Iha City ol Monclon. In 
Iha County of Wttimorland and 
Provinca ol Naw Bruntwkk Iha 15lh 
diy ol Oacambar. 1902 

STEWART MCKELVEY 

STIRLING SCALES 

SoacAort lor 

tk imperial life assurance 
company of canada 
schbnhje -a- 

PARCEL 1 

AU AND SINGULAR Itiat oanain 
kx. plaoa or paroal ol land and 
praniltat tluala. lying and baing on 
Iha Eaawny tlda ol St. Paiar Av- 
anua. m Iha Cly ol Bathurai. Ii Iha 
County ol Qtouoaatar and Provinca 
ol Naw BrunaaMi. mora panioulirly 



BEGINNING at a «aal turvay poai 



LEGAL NOTICES 



tat a Iha nlartaclion ol Iha aatlarn 
boundary ol Si Pataft Avanua w|lh 
Iha Southam boundary ol Richard 
Rioux propany. 

THENCE by Iha m^nal ol Iha 
yaat 1872anaoouitabMnngS73° 
41' 23' E or lolowing Iha atoraman 
innad Soulham boundary ol Ri- 
chard noua propany lor a dttlanca 
ol 242.8 laal lo a tiaal turvay pott, 

THENCE S 16' 34' 56- W lor a 
diatanoa ol 57 4 laal 10 a tiaal tunray 
poai. 

THENCE S 22' 10 2«- W tor a 
dIatarKa d 20 laal to a tIaal tunay 
poai ta< on Iha Nonharn boundary ol 
Kayttont LImiad propany. 

THENCE lolowing tama on a 
oouraabaarligN72'2« IS'WIora 
dialanoa ol 180.3 laal to a ttaal 
lunray poai tal on Iha Eaalarn 
boundary ol St. Palai Avanua. 

THENCE lolowing tama on a 
couraa baaring N 23' OC W lor a 
diatanoa ol 96 laal lo iha placa ol 
twglnnkig. 

AND containing 15.990 tquara 
laal. Tha whola at tunrayad by J.Q 
Ooucal. Naw Bruntwrck Land 
Survayor and thown on Sunray Plan 
dalad Dacambar 12, 1973. Baing al 
tha landt and pramitaa convayad to 
Mra. Tharaaa Roy by daad Irom 
Richard Rloui and Evalyn Rloui 
dalad Daoarrtiar 10, 1996 and ragit 
larad May 12 1859 at Nuntiar 348 
a Pagat 328^328 m Voluma 148 ol 
Iha Qtouoaatar County Racordt 
PARCEL 2 

ALL AND SINGULAR tha oartain 
tot. placa or paroal ol land and 
pramitaa tluala. lying and baing on 
Iha Eatlady tlda ol Si Paar Av 
anua. In Iha Cly d Balhurtl. In Iha 
County ol Gtouoatlar and Provinca 
ol l'4aw Br( ntwick. mora panicularly 
boundad and daacrlbad aa lolkwt: 

BEGINNING a Iha Inlaraaclion ol 
Iha Nonha-n boundary ol Nazaira 
Lana with tha EaMam boundary of 
St Paar Avanua. 

THENCE by tha magnal ol Iha 
yaar lasdonacourtabaarvig N23' 
dagraaa OO W or lollowing tha atora- 
mantonad Eaalam boundary ol St. 
Palat Avanua lor a ditlanca ol 103 
laal 10 Iha Southarn boundary ol 
At>riaa Roy* propany. 

THENCE loiowtig tama on a 
courta baahng S 72' dagraaa 54' E 
lor a dwtanoa ol 176 laal to Iha 
Waalam boundary ol Rodolpna Go- 
dln'a pniparty. 

THENCE lolowing lama on a 
courta baahng S 16' dagraat 44' W 
lor a dialanoa ol 79 laal to iha 
Northarn boundaor ol Naiaira Lana. 
THENCE lolowvig tama on a 
couraa baahng N 72' dagraat 54 W 
lor a diatanca ol 1 1 laal to Iha plaoa 
ol tjagmnlng. 

SAME HAVINQ BEEN AP- 
PROVED by Iha Town PlawWig 
Commtaion aa wH mora luly ^^■ 
paar on daad Nuntwr 1 8490 In Book 
261 ol Iha GkMJoatlar County Ra- 
cordt Oltica. 



NOTICE OF MORTOAOE SALE 

TO; 
Yvatia Ray, ownai ol tha aquly ol 

radarrpllon and original Mortga- 
gor, Ollbart PalMlar, Guarantor 
and La Calaaa Pepulaira da 
Robanvllto Uda, original monga- 
gaa. and 10 Kanny Raady Mm 
taoond mongagaa: AND TO ALL 
OTHERS TO WHOM rT MAY 
CONCERN: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
undar and by vinua of a canain 
Indantura ol Mongaga baaring data 
Iha 20th day of July, 100«, and 
ragialarad in iha OHica ol Iha Ragl- 
ilrar ol Oaadt in and lor iha County 
ol Qtouoaatar on tha *Oth day al 
July, ytm, aa Numbar 172716, ki 



book 1040, a pagaa 86 la 
btlwaan Yaalla Ray, M Mortgagor, 
Ollban PaHallar, aa Guarantor and 
LA CAUSE POPULAIRE OE 
ROSERTVtLLE UMTEE, at Mon 
gagaa. and undar and by vinua ol Iha 
Propany Ad. R.S N B 1873, Chap. 
P-18. Ihart will lor Iha purpota ol 
obtaining paymani ol monlat tac- 
urad by tha taid Indantura i^ Mon- 
gaga. dalault having baan mada In 
Iha paymani tharaol, ba toM a 
public auction a Iha Qlouaattar 
County Counhouta. Bahurti. Naw 
Bruntwtcit. on Wadnaaday, iha 
lOlh day ol Fabruary, 180S, a iha 
hour of 10:00 o'clock m Iha lora- 
noon. local lima. Iha lolowing da- 
•ctoad landt and prarrtaat: 

ALL AND SNGULAR that canain 

kx. pwca or parca ol land and 

pramtat. tnuata, lying and baing m 

Aidda Jaan Roy Subdivkton. Enan- 

von 1. a Nictiolaa Danya. In tha 

Partah ol Baratlord, l< tha County of 

Gtoucaaiar and Provnca ol fiaw 

BrunawKk. baing mora pantoularly 

boundad and dat a bad aa folowi: 

BEQiNNNQ a a ilaal tunray poa 

tat a Iha Imartactton ol tha toulft- 

«n boundary ol NIcholaa Oanyt 

Road »4ih Iha waaiarn boundary ol 

Lol a5 ol AtoMa Jaan Roy Subdhrl- 

tlon, Eilantion i; 

THENCE by Iha Naw Bruntiwick 

Qhd Azimuth 1SS'. 3v. 25' atong 

Iha waaam boundary ol Lot t5 lor 

a ditlanca of 201.70 malan to a 

ttaa tunay poa; 

THENCE 248'. 31', 2S* lor a 

diuanca ol 54.864 malart to a 

itaa turvay pott; 

THENCE 339-. 31, 26" atot^ Iha 

aaatarn boundary ol Lot a7 lor a 

dialanoa ol 201 170 maan to a 

tloa tunray pou t« on ttia touth- 

wn boundary ol Ncholaa Danyt 



LEGAL NOTICES 



Road, 

THENCE 68'. 31. 25' atong tha 
loulharn boundary ol Nicholat 
Oanyt Road lor a dittanca ol 
54864 maan to tha plaoa ol 
BEGINNING 

AND BEING Lol ae ol AkMa Jaan 
Hoy Subdivaun Eilantion i at 
turvayad by A^in N Ooucal. 
N.B.L S . and thown on Subdwi- 
tion Plan daad tha 1M d^ ol 
Oclobar. 108O.SunrayortFlaNo 
2AF - 1 04 A; having baan litod in tha 
Ragwlry OHwa in and lor tha 
County ol Gioucaalar on Iha 7lh 
day ol Oclobar. 1080, at Plan Ho. 
187. 

SAID Plan having baan approvad 
by Iha Oavatopmant Oltlcar lor Iha 
Baladuna Planning Ditlrici on Iha 
7ih day ol Oclobar. 1980, at 
thown on tha Subdivltion Plan 
AND BEING Iha tama landt aid 
pramitaa aa convayad lo Yvalta 
Roy liam rtoNM Pailaar and 
MuiM* PiiMir, hk wNa, by 
Daad daad dia 22nd day ol Janu- 
ary. 1963. aid raglttaiad In tha 
Raghtry Olfica to and lor tha 
County of Gtoucaaiar on iha 29ih 
day ol January. 1883. at Numbar 
1 36434. of Voluma 622. a P^at 
34 to 36. 

AND HAVINQ baan approvad by 
Iha Davatopmam Otiloar lor Iha 
Baladuna Planning Olatricl on tha 
29lh day ol January, lOti: . at 
thown in Iha aoramaniK nad 
daad. 

TOGETHER WITH al tha buMIng 
and Improvamantt tfiaraon and tha 
privllagat and appurtanancat 
Iharato t>atonglng or In any way 
appanalning 

FURTHER KDTICE la haiaby gi- 
van that H a tulfldant olfar of purch- 
aaa la not racavad lor tha taU landt 
and prarrtaaa a tha takl public 
auction tha tama wll ba wlhdrawn 
Irom laid tala and wi| ba dapoaad ol 
by prtvala oonuact wlhou lunhar 
notloa baing glvan 

DATED a Iha City of Bahurti. In 
Iha Provinca ol Naw Brunawkk. thit 
20lh day ol Oaoamtaar, 1862. 

LA CAISSE POPULAIRE 
DE ROBERTVILLE UMTEE 
Par: DANIEL J. FRENETTE 
Solclor tor 
La Caitta Populala. da 
Robanvlla UmMa 
QALLAQHER flOUX, FRENETTE 
Barhalart and Sollclort 
1108 SI. Palar Avanua 
2nd Floor, Sula C 
Bahurti. Naw Bruntwidi 
E2A 3A1 
Taaphona: (906) 546-0444 



NOTICE OF MORTaAQE SALE 
TO: AIME BEAUUEU and UNE 
BEAUUEU, Laplania. In Iha County 
ol Gtoucaaiar and Provinca ol Naw 
Brunawkk. Original Mongagor; 
ANO: LEGAL AID NEW BRUNS- 
WKX. LlanhoUar; 
AND LA CAISSE POPULAIRE DE 
ROeERTVILLE, Judgmani Cradi- 
lor; 

ANO: LEQARE. Judgmani Cradlor; 
ANO: ALL OTHfJ^S TO WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN 

PUB JC NOTICE b haiaby ghran 
undar and by vMua of tha prorltton 
ol Iha Praparty Act bakig Chapiar 
P-ie. R.S.N.B. 1873. 

Thara wW ba told lor tha puipoaa 
ol taUilytog Iha moniaa aacurad by a 
oartain Indantura ol Mongaga daad 
Iha 171h day of Odobar. KD. 1BB0. 
and ragtolarad Iha 18tt< day ol Oc- 
lobar. A.0. 1890, at Nun«)ar21B381 
m Voluma 1421 a pi«aa 260. in tha 
Gtoucaaiar County Raglairy OHica. 
ta batwaai AIME BEAUUEU 
and UNE BEAUUEU aa Mcrtgi^or 
and LEAGUE SAVINGS A HORT- 
OAISE at Mongagaa: dalauli having 
baan mada in paymani Iharaol: a 
public aucUon a tha Coun Houta. 
Bahura. Naw Bnjnawlck. on Tuaa- 
Oai. Ha iNh day ol FEBRUARY, 
AO. tSSl a 1 o'dock to tha altar- 
noon, Iha lolowing landa and pra- 
rrtaaa mantlonad and daaabad to 
tha aotaaakt mongaga. bakig tltu- 
aia a L«>lanta ftoad. In tha Panth ol 
Baratlord. in tha County of Gtoucaa 
tar and Provinca ol Naw Bruntwick 
and wof paniculafly daaatoad in 
Schaduto -A' anachad harao 

TOGETHER with al buildingt and 
improvamantt tharaon and any 
righit, prhriladgaa and appuna- 
nanoat lliaraunM batonging or m any 
mannar appanalning and al tha 
aatala, rtgN. ttia, iniaraaL uta, poa 
taaaton, pnipany. daim and da- 
mand, both a law and In aouly. ol 
Iha takt placa or parcal ol land 
haraolora daacrfead. 

FURTHER NOTICE to givan tha • 
a tuNdani ollar or purdiaaa It nol 
racaivad lor tha taid landt and 
prarrlaaa tha tama wil tM withdrawn 
Irom tad tato and wll ba ditpotad ol 
by pdvala conract aMioul lunhar 
nolloa baing ghian. 
DATED a Iha Town ol Nawc at la, to 
Iha County ol Nonhumbarland and 
Provinca ol Naw Bruntwkk thit lllh 
day of January, AO. 1003. 
GtKi Mahonay 

Maynaa. MNnnay * TranM^r 
SoNcHort lor Laagua Savlnga A 
Mongaga 
SCHEDULE "A" 
Paroa #1 

"ALL AND MNOULAR tha oanain 
lol. placa a parca ol land and 



LEGAL NOTICES 

ol N«Mi tirun»wK». bourxM and 
dwcTJbiJ M followt: 
BEGINNINQ a a point in tha aanam 
boundary Ima ol Lot nurrtoa ona 
hundrad and Ian (110) Nolh In TIar 
Two. Madaoo Saittomart. whara Iha 
•oulh tlda lina ol land ownad by 
Laon (CagaUn) Ooucal (bang pan 
ol tad lot numba ona hundrad and 
tan (110) Nonh maait taid aaalam 
boundiy in»: ihanca waalarly aighiy. 
lour (84) chaint atong taid Laon 
Douca louih tlda lina to Iha raa ol 
Iha lol. ihanoe toulharly atong taid 
raar lo pan ol taid lot numbar ona 
hundrad and tan (1 10) Nonh ownad 
by Iha lata Jamat P Douoa; Ihanca 
aatlwly atong Iha nonharn bound 
aor ol taid Jamat P. Douca lo tha 
aaatarn boundary lina aoraaald and 
Ihanca northady along tama to tha 
placa ol baglnning: baing Iha toudi- 
am ponton ol tha pan ol taM tot 
numbar ona hundrad and tan (1 10) 
nonh convayad to Atoania A Boud- 
raau by Mn. Llna Boudraau a a. by 
a Qui Claim Daad daad March itl. 
1 062. and ragitlarad at nuntwr 745. 
in voluma 155. In pagat 712 and 713 
in Iha Gtoucaala County Ragitlry 
Oltloa. 

BEINQ alto Iha tama land and 
piamltaa aa convayad to Atoanto 
Boudraau of Laplania by daad daad 
tha Zlra day ol AugutL 1875. and 
racordad In tlia Gioucaalar (bounty 
Ftacordi on tha igthdayofSaplarrv 
bar. 1875. In Vokima441. a P<^)at 
761-767. at intlrumani nurrbar 
63023. 

SAVE ANO EXCEPTION oui ol Iha 
tama a parcal ol land whtoh wat 
convayad to Anhur Thariaul by daad 
d4aad tha 20th day ol Novamba, 
AD. 1973, and ragMarad In Iha 
County ol Qtoucatia Raglary Otr- 
llri on Iha 21tl day ol March, AD. 
1 b 74. in Bock 386. a P^iaa 783-785 
and aa Nunljar 49449. 
SAVE ANO EXCEPTION cut ol tha 
tama a parcal d land which wat 
convayad to Anhur Thariaul by daad 
dalad tia 20th day d Novantoar. 
AD. 1873. and ragitlarad in iha 
County ol GkXKaaia Ragitlry OH lea 
on Iha2iu day o4 March. AD. 1874. 
in Book 386, « Pi«aa 7S3-785 and 
at Nuntwr 40448. 
BEING THE SAME land and pra- 
mlaaa aa convayad lo OonaW Qodin 
by Daad daad Novantwr 28. 1860, 
and ragitlarad on Iha 4th day ol 
Dacambar. A.O. 196). aa Numbar 
118112 In Book 708 al Pagat 
630442 

ALSO bang approvad by tha Bato- 
durw Planning Commiation Ollioar 
on Iha 19ih day ol Stpiarnbar. 1975. 
at mora luly appaar in Voluma 441 
a pagaa 761 -767 aa nuntwr 63023 
Parcal 62 

ALL AND SiNQULAR Iha canain 
tot. placa or parca d land and 
praniiaat tluaiad. lying and bang 
on Iha watt tlda ol tha Laplania 
Road, in Iha Panth ol Baatlord. in 
Iha County ol Gioucaalar and Pro 
vinca of Naiv Bruntwick. tx>und«d 
and daacrtiad at lolowt: 
BEQINNMQ a a poini on Iha wa« 
am imil of taid Laplania Road whara 
tha nonharn txjundary ol land ownad 
by Amiand Artarwau, miartadt: 
Ihanca tm>»i\i atong taid nonharn 
boundaor of Armand Artanaau 10 Iha 
aaatarn Iml ol Iha Hydro Trantntt- 
tlon ina right cf way; Ihanca north- 
arty atong lato rtghl ol way to a pott, 
a diatanca d 10 rodt: ihanca aat- 
larly paraial with taid nonharn 
boundary d Armand Artanaau to Iha 
waa l am UmM d iha taid Laplania 
Road: thanca touihwiy atong taid 
Laplanta Road lo tha plaoa d bagln- 
nirig, a dittanca ol 10 roda. 
RESERVING ANO EXCEPTING Iha 
marchantatna hntwr and Iraat tor 
Anhur Lagac* tfw pravtoua ownar 
unti tha 31tt day d Oclobar. 1877, 
alraady raaarvad on daad Iha con- 
vayad Iha a>ova tama proparty to 
Iha grantor dalad >w 3ia day d 
Ociotwr. 1875 and ragitlarad at 
nurrtiar 64280. m book 447. pagaa 
37 38 and baing pan ol propany 
convayad to iha pravlout owrwr 
Anhur Lagaoa by daad dalad iha i it 
day d Saptantwr. AO. 1860: and 
ragiuarad aa nurrtiar 185 In book 
124 paga 238. 

BEINQ THE SAME laid aid pra- 
mliaa aa convayad to Michalna 
Godto by Daw) daad Novambar 3. 
1876. and raglalarad on Novantwr 
10. 1876. aa nuntwr 74881 In book 
492 a pagaa 548-590. 
arrptad lor ragtotralon by tha 
duna Planning Commltaion Novam- 
bar 1. 1976, aa mora luiyappaart at 
Nuntwr 74861 In book 942 a paga 
548 

Tha two paroaN d land bang itw 
tama landa and pramiaaa at wara 
convayad to La Banqua Natonaa du 
Canada by Daad daad July 24. 
1086. and raglalarad In iha Clcucaa- 
lar County Flaglatry Olfloa on AugutI 
14. 1969. In Book 886. K ftqn 205 
to 301, undar intlnjmani numbai 
162820- 





^mma Rose 
Astle 

Apra 2, 1992 

Parents 

Chiislopher & Margwet 

Asde 




Monica Doucet 

Nov. 15. 1992 

Parents 

Michel & Diane 

Doucet 



Kniahts help feed 200 families 

A recent food drive by Council 8189 of the Knights of Columbus, 
Bcresford, helped feed 200 families in Upshore municipalities oyer 
Chrisunas. Knights of Columbus members oi^ganizing the food drive 
included, seated from left, Amiand Couture and Jacques Godin. Standing 
from left are Gilles Pitre and George Saulnier. (Northern Ughi Photo) 



Reni Arseneau 

Nov. 21. 1992 

Parents 

Hermel & Denise 

Arseneau 




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BIRTHDAY WISHES 



Richelieu donations total $5,500 



The Bathurst Richelieu Club recently donated about $S,SOO to help surooit 
12 local groups and organizations. Shown here are some of the recipients. 
Front from left are Real Roussel, representing the Ecole Francois Xavier 
Daigle school badminton club; and Charlene Losier,the Notre Dame school 
confirmation commiuec. Back from left are Pierre Aubd, the Bercsford 
Figure-Skaling Club; Melvin Villeneuve, the Chaleur Elite Badminton Club; 
and Richelieu Club president Andrd Robichaud. (Northern Ughi Ptwio) 



NOTICES 



Laplania, Palth of Baraafon). Ii Iha 
County d Gtoucaaiar and Provinca 



CORRECTION 
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announcement publisfted 
t>y Walter Kllloran (Butter- 
nut). It should be Bernard 
Oempsey ol Belledune. nol 
Bernard Brown of 
Chatham. 



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Scotts fifth 
at Atlantics 

...Fraction of a point away 
from Canadian championships 



Close, but no national berth. 

Siblings Laughlin and Sabrina 
Scou of Balhurst Finished fifth at the 
Atlantic Divisionals last weekend in 
Sl John's. Nfld., barely missing out 
on a Team Atlantic spot in the 
Canadian Figure Skating Champion- 
ships next month in Hamilton, Ont. 

The top four skaters in the Novice 
Dance category earned place in the 
national draw, with the Scotts finish- 
ing a fraction of a point behind the 
fourth place finisher. 

"We felt we did great. We skated 
clean programs right through," Sa- 
brina, 15, said Monday. "We were 
pleased with what we had done." 



She and her 17-ycar-old brother 
placed fifth after the first round of 
competition, and fifth again after the 
second round. 

However, all is not lost for the 
local skaters in their quest to attend 
the nationals. They are alternates on 
what amounts to being the eastern 
Canadian team, which is top-heavy 
with Quebec skaters. The top three 
spots are the team are occupied by 
teams from La Belle Province. 

The Atlantics was the last major 
competition for the Scotts, who have 
been skating together seriously for 
about five years. 

They are the children of Kirk and 
Edilhc Scott of Miramichi Road. 



Senior team's new 
line earns 16 points 



The Chaleur R.H. Freneue Labatts 
have a new coach. 

Claude Lagac(5 of Pointe Verte, 
interim coach with the North .^hore 
Senior B Hockey League team for the 
past several weeks, has decided to 
take over the reins permanently. He 
replaces David Cormier. 

"(After last night's game) I de- 
cided to continue," he said Monday. 

Lagacd has coached at almost 
every level — from minor hockey to 
oldtimers — and is presently a player 
with the Pointe Verte Legionnaires, a 
Senior D team. 

His new charges played a couple of 
league games last weekend, gaining a 
spliL 

The R.H. Frcncitc Labatts played 
the Rangers in Dalhousie on Jan. 7, a 
game which saw the home team come 
out on top by a 5-3 score. 

Scoring for the R.H. Freneue La- 
batts were Danny Cormier, Jean- 
Louis Arseneau and Ludger Doucet. 

The R.H. Frcnctte Labatts enter- 
tained the Richibuclo Schooners 
Sunday night at the Bcresford Arena. 



This game saw the newly-formed line 
of Cormier, Arseneau and Charles 
Gauvin account for 16 points in a 9-3 
triumph. 

The breakdown saw Arseneau 
with four goals and two assists, and 
Cormier and Gauvin with a goal and 
four assists each. Also conU'ibuting 
were Alan White, with two goals, and 
Eddy Couturier. 

Cormier and goaltender Dave 
Maue will be the only members of the 
local team hitting the ice this 
weekend. They will represent the 
team in the annual North-South All- 
Star Game, featuring the best of the 
North Shore league against the best 
from the Southern New Brunswick 
Senior B Hockey League. 

The game is schedul»J to begin at 
2 p.m. at the Lord Beaverbrook 
Arena in Saint John. 

The R.H. Frenetic Labatts' next 
game is scheduled for Monday night 
in Petit Rocher, where they'll take on 
the Dalhousie Rangers beginning at 8 
p.m. 




Venessa Childs 



Isabelle Aubi 



Local ringette players 
to represent province 



Two members of the Beresford 
Junior Belles ringcuc team have been 
chosen to attend the National Ring- 
ette Championships. 

Venessa Childs and Isabelle A\xb6 
will play for New Brunswick's Belle 
and Junior teams respectively at the 
event, slated for April in Kitchener, 
Ont. 

Venessa has been playing defence 
for the Beresford team for the past 
three years, and will represent the 
province on the 16- and 17-year-old 
Belle team. She has 1 1 years experi- 
ence in the sport, having played in 
Regina, Sask., Edmonton, Alta., and 



Ycllowknife, N.W.T. previous to her 
arrival in Bathurst. She has attended 
two previous national championships 
while with the Ycllowknife team. 

The daughter of Ed and Leslie 
Childs of Bathurst, she is expected to 
graduate from Bathurst High School 
in June. 

Isabelle is going to the nationals as 
part of the Junior team, for 14- and 
15-year-old girls. She has played the 
centre position for the Beresford 
Junior Belles for the past four years. 

A Grade 9 student at Place dcs 
Jeunes, she is the 14-year-old 
daughter of Jacques and Lynn Aubd 
of North Tetcagouchc. 



Beresford ringette teams 
hosting tournament this weekend 



A ringette tournament will be held 
at the Beresford Arena this weekend. 

Teams from Kennebccasis Valley, 
Fredcricton, Rivcrview, Dieppe and 
Miramichi will be taking part, joining 
teams from Beresford in two divi- 
sions. The thrcc-day event begins 
Friday, with the finals scheduled for 
Sunday. 

The Beresford Junior Belles will 
be among the teams in the Belle 
division, for girls 16 and 17 years of 
age. The Beresford Twcens will 
compete in the Twecn division, re- 



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served for young ladies 13 and 
younger. 

The Beresford Junior Belles have 
played 14 games thus far, winning 
half of them. The team plans on 
attending three tournaments this sea- 
son, including the one on the 
weekend. The others are slated for 
Feb. 19 to 21 in Quebec City and 
March 6 and 7 in Riverview. 

The Beresford Twcens will also 
participate in two other toumamcnts, 
one in Fredcricton on Jan. 30 and 31 
and the other in Riverview March 5 
and 6. 




Marc Boudreau (white jersey) of the Bathurst Pecwee A Mighty Ducks, 
zeroing in on the Beresford goal Sunday at the Bathurst Arena. The Mighty 



Ducks won the North Shore Pecwee A Hockey League game 7-4. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 



Napert-Frenette sets torrid pace 



Pierre Napert-Frenette of the Bath- 
urst Atom A team leads all scorers in 
the Bathurst Minor Hockey 
Association. 

Napert-Frenette scored five times 
last weekend, giving him 29 goals 
and 13 assists in 10 games. That 
amounts to 42 points, or 4.2 points 
per game. 

However, according to coach 
Brian Chamberlain, that still leaves 
him in second place in the North 
Shore Atom A Hockey League scor- 
ing race, behind a player with the 
Charlo enuy. 

Napert-Frenette accounted for half 
his team's offence Saturday in an 8-5 
win over Petit Rocher. a game played 



at the Bathurst Arena. Other goal 
scorers were Joel Albert, with two, 
Nicolas Sexton and Travis Weare. 

Napert-Frenette added another 
goal Sunday in Dalhousie, where the 
Bathurst team lost 6-3. Adam Cham- 
berlain and Nicolas Sexton rounded 
out the scoring. 

"1 was satisfied with both games, 
even if we lost to Dalhousie." coach 
Chamberlain said. "We missed a lot 
of scoring chances. With a few more 
bounces our way. we could have won 
that game." 

The Atom A team takes a break 
from kague play this weekend. 

PEEWEE A 



The Bathurst Peewec A Mighty 
Ducks won both their North Shore 
Peewee A Hockey League games last 
weekend. 

The Mighty Ducks unveiled to 
Petit Rocher Saturday, where they 
defeated the home team by a 7-1 
count. Scoring for Bathurst were Jeff 
MacDonald. with two. Adam Sulli- 
van, Wayne Thomas, Marc Boud- 
reau, Jackie Biseau and Andrew 
Branch. 

"Jackie played one of his so^ngest 
games this season," coach Claude 
Stever said. 

Scott Petrie was the winning 
goaltender. 



Retuming to the confines of the 
Bathurst Arena Sunday, the Mighty 
Ducks prevailed 7-4 over Beresford. 

Adam Sullivan accounted for three 
goals, while singles went to Andrew 
Branch, Scott Lemire, Jeremy Mc- 
lanson and Jeff MacDonald. 

"Jeremy had his suongest game of 
the year in this game," Stever said. 

Steven Levesque was the winning 
goalie. 

The Mighty Ducks take their 7-2 
won-lost record on the road this 
weekend. They play Newcastle Sa- 
Uirday beginning at 12 noon, then 
play Rcnous Sunday starting at 12:30 
p.m. 



Petit Rocher cyclist 
off to train in France 



Luc Arseneau of Petit Rocher is 
taking a break from university lo 
spend the next three months in 
France. 

It cannot, however, be considered 
a vacation. 

Arseneau. 19, will join fellow 
University de Monclon sUident Ghis- 
lain Thibodcau in FHers, France, in 
the province of Normandy, as part of 
a training regimen aimed at landing 
him a spot on the New Brunswick 
Canada Summer Games cycling 
team. The Games are slated for Aug. 
15 to 21 in Kamloops, B.C. 

The second-year recreation stu- 
dent leaves Friday. Upon his arrival, 
he'll join the Flers de I'Orme cycling 
team and will immediately be thrown 
into a training schedule, which is 
reputedly among the best in die 
world. 

"We'll be training 30 hours a 
week, easily," he said. "It's almost a 
job. and supposedly it's very tough."^ 

In between training sessions, he'll 
be taking part in the winter road 
racing circuit, where he expects lo 
gain an edge on his Canadian 
counterparts. 

"Here in New Brunswick, you can 
only start (on the road) in March or 
April." he said. There is no snow in 
the section on France where he'll be 
training, only rain. 

He's been saving his money for 
quite a while to help pay for the trip. 
A portion of the cost is being covered 
by the Soci6t6 Nationale des Aca- 
diens. which sponsors exchanges be- 
tween French and Acadians in 
Canada. 

Besides the rigorous training he'll 
be put through, he will also be racing 
up to 10 times. That's quite a bit, 
considering cyclists in the Maritime 
circuit have only 15 races in an entire 
season. 

"I'll have 10 races under my belt 
when I gel back," he said, confident it 
will give him an edge when it comes 



time to qualify for the N.B. Canada 
Games cycling team. 

Luc is the son of Femand and 
Dorina Arseneau of Petit Rocher. 




Luc Arseneau 




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Regular season dart champ 
takes early lead in playoffs 



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The more things change, the mon 
they stay the same. 

That old adage can certainly be 
applied when discussing the Bathursl 
Ladies City E>art League. 

Foumier Van and Storage Finished 
the regular season in First place last 
week. This week, they're still in first 



place following the first draw of the 
ptayofr schedule. 

Foumier Van and Storage beat the 
Penguin Sports 33-15. with high 
marks for the winners provided by 
Eva Caissie. 140 and 117; Theresa 
Pitre, 133; and Joanne Duguay. 120 
surL 



Joe Myers dominates 
in Alpine Lite bowling 



OAmOL LAMM 
ALPINE UTE MONEY 
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Pat McOioiiu 
Rhad ThibodMu 
Tony Landry 
Joe Mayan 
Liood Couture 
Wayne McLcao 
Alyra Boudraau 
John Oufaa 
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Edgar Boudraau 

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Paul MelaoBon 
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Elvara Lavigne 
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Claiaaoe Laviyie 
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Week 6, Raaad 1 

Oordie rtiiaeimi 
Randy ChiMioa 
Reggie Thibodaau 
l>eonard Oauvin 
Roger Basque 
Daniel Basque 
Pierre Daigle 
Tony Landry 
DanMl Roy 
Herman Thibodeeu 
HIgk Sli«l« 
Jaao-Marc Lavipie 
Oordio Ckiaaaon 
HIgk TriH* 
Oordie Cbiasaon 
Oordia Qiiaaaoii 
Daniel Bea^a 
HIgk Avtragca 
Oordie Chaisaon 
Daniel Baaqua 
Herman Thibodaau 
Regiie Thibodeau 
Roger Ixgacy 
PletTs Daigla 
Daniel Roy 
Mike Viamaaa 
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Weak 1) 

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Rka Lavli^ 73* 

Linda Cbannbariala 70 

Cryalal Claw 70 

Mvia M«tcl 6< 

nancy Pkra 64* 

An Plia 64 

Maijolaine Sl-Piam 42 

iim't Raaiairaai 34 

Kim Bouchar 2I** 

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HIgk Magk 



MMal 10440 

Tracy Oiemberlaia iaaJ3 

M«ia diambcelain 10049 
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Danill Baaque 92 

HaimM Thibodaau M 

Ro< du l^iulal M 

Indueirial Rubber 71 

Supkcn Lagacy 61 

Joa Paalia 61 

M.SJ. Sarvicaa 34 

Danni* Kerry 32 

Mania Counira 4) 
HIgk S>m0t 

Homan Thibodaau 171 

H«k Madnloali 169 
Higk Trirk 

HMk kladnmb 43) 

Oordie Ckaieaon 421 
HIgk Averages 

Oordie Ckiaaaea 125.7 

HMk Madaioek 119.2 

Hanaan Thibodeau 113.6 

Joe Paulin 1144 

Raady Cluaaaaa 114X1 

[knial Baaquc 11)4 

Jim Nyan IDJ 

Mka Viavaau 112.9 

An ChanbarlaJi II2.I 

Ridh^ Doucai 1117 
LOUNSBtrnV MIXED 
Week IS 

Mawioa aas<:anv. 14 

Carpal Randi 71 

Slave Lagacy 76* 

Nwcy Pkra 73 

BadlunI Madlaie Shop 61 

Caf« Rosanma 61* 

Suianna Daigla 60 

Swingcn 51 

Rouian'i 54 



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David Oatlaaa 
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Nancy Pifre 
Joan Oainct 
Donna Smnieni 
Marc Swoer 
Ladtea' HIgk 
Mvw Mvtal 
Nancy Pita 



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Rogar Lagacy 



David OallM 
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Reggie Thibodaau 
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MIka Oairau 

Bab Duan 
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Denial Ray 
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Kally Bouckar 
Bobby Dunn 
HIgk Triple 



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Rkaal Thfeadaaa 

Bobby Duan 

Rayniaad DaHain 

Haraua Thixidaau 

Ran 1. Roy 

Taouny Dugaay 

Mka 0«mi 

Raggia TWkodeau 

Eric Douoal 

LABATT BLUE MIXED 

Week M 

Crapa Bralaana 



243 

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401 

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119.30 
IIIJ7 
111.27 
111.20 
117.36 
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116.73 



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Auba A DaOraoa ha. 
HAY Offica OaMlag 
Stave's Elac Motor Ser. 
Bayikora Raaky 
Franaaa BIdg Supply 
Midae Mumer 
Huaply Dumply 
Dunay'i 
A. Banki A Son 

Auto 2000 
Badiursl Radiator 
TiM 1 
Mia-k Shop 



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Jamiason Save Baay 
Oermaai Daigla 
Roi du Poulat 
DJI. Depannaar 
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Baay Doucat 



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C.KJIXI I36ers 
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Nigadoo Track Slop 
Martaa's Tnpky Shop 
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TriWay Raal^ 
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Bohemian Oub 
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Pat Muiphy 



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Mika Omningliaro 

Rogir Lagacy 

Mika Owien 

Haraiao Tkibodeau 

Roban Sttvar 

Kally Boucher 

J. Eudas Duguay 

Roger Roy 

MONDAY NIGirr MIXED 

Week IS 

Kenny's Tracking 

Wye Elaclric 

OUben Boudraau 

Mem Oa* B« 

Canadia Tha 

Piaira Ray 

AUae Robickand 

K.F.C. 

Joyce Fnkcr 

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Kent A While Ina. 

Henry Whae Ins. 

Iratte Banhcloiie 

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425 
425 
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115.17 
114.39 
114.54 
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112.29 
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Plana Roy 



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laanna Morriaoa 
MidMl n Boudraoi 
LaHoC H%k Aver^ 
laaaM Morriaaa 
Bally Mallw 



UUi« Scat 
Mhailla Bowhaau 
Meii'a Mgk 
Pot Maspky 



Ptasfa Ray 

ALFtNE M006EHEAD 

Week IT 

kfotac 

WiU Oooee 

Dijuiee 

DAD Auui Suipea 

St Isidore Asptah 

Landry Aspkali S 

Bric Mam Oae Bar 

BlTkaail Ready Mis 

nVMOT Kwcn 

P awit l » Van A Storage 

Safely Equipment 
Pnnelle Bldg Supply 
Dania Aogan 
Chec Fetiier 
Dania Coiasia 
Ouignard Signs 
Braes eris O'SLPierra 
Auhee Fniia A Vegeiablo 
LeoiMid McOreth 
DanM Duguey 

SpOSIB 

Yvan's Heavy Toariag 
New Caaan 
Randy Taylor 
HIgk Na Mark 
Eliaa Mania 
Taaa laihoff 
lllgk Single 
Liade Knusc 
David Branch 
lllgk DanMi 
Skirlay Ahoi 
Tarry Mania 
lllgk Dwikit 
Shirley Alben 
David Bfaoch 
LaMea* High Avenge 
Oermaiae Vianneaa 
Mai g aeiiu Boi'Aaau 
hckia Niool 



Man'e Mgk avemgea 



Hmy Wkka 
UMvid BfincB 
David Dobaen 
Alyra Boudraau 
SUNDAY FUN 
Wedl 12 
Adaia Piigutl 
Jeennaiu Lavigaa 
Steven Lavi^M 
Rka Lavl«H 



Ragar Hackap 
m^ Na Mark 
Aaiy Mgaah 
Karia Haikay 



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HIgk DaoMr 
k«arla Menal 
HIgk Tripit 
Tarray OIhmi 
HIgk Na Mat 
Dm Babkt 
HIgk Averi«ea 
Tenay OIosmi 



140 
331 



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93 



111.16 
106.74 



LaaiHtd Oaovta 
Barnard Ckkaaaa 
Roddy Vianneaa 
M008EHEAD DRY MOn 
Week 17 

Spoedy Aala Olaae 102 

Apple Aale OlMa 101 

Dumont Purakma 19 

Marc's Piixa g6 

Dap. Bapraas ftvpila 14 

12 



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Diana Bontkar 
Mea'a k%k average! 
Rogar Hackay 
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100 
90 
M 
14 

76 
76 
75 
74 
72 
72 
69 
66 
62 
51 
35 
41 
31 
34 
26 
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12 

96 
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139 
179 

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371 
412 

106.73 

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101.97 
101 04 

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112S4 
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112 
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90 
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71 
73 
70 
64 
60 
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49 
42 
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40 
36 
34 
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94 
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136 
139 

225 
251 

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100.10 
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109.96 
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106.55 
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63 
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Replying for the Sports were 
Diane DcGrace, 140 and 120; Christ- 
ine Pilre, 140; Emilicnnc Arsenauit, 
120 and a 96 start; and Lucy Cham- 
berlain. 118. 

The Labatt Penguin Panthers arc 
three points behind the leader follow- 
ing a 30-18 triumph over the Right 
Spot, with Linda Anderson the top 
scoring player on the winning learn 
with a perfect 180 and a 140. Other 
top scorers included Bonnie Biseau. 
140; Joyce Couture. 133 and a 92 
start; and Patsy Biseau. 125 and a 102 
start. 

Leading the Right Spot in scoring 
were Florence McLean. 159; Beat- 
rice Angers, 138. 123. 1 14 and a 93 
start; Riu Lomas. 135 and 112; and 
Gloria Russell. 121. 

Elhauon's beat the Union Cenue 
Phantoms 29-19. with high marks for 
the winning side tossed by Laura 
Pitre and Simonnc Howell, 140; 
Dorina Pitre, 135; Aggie Comcau. 
127, 116 and 114; and Georgina 
Doucct, 100 start 

Scoring high for the Phantoms 
were Gloria Doucet. 132; Barb Gar- 
rett, 125; Rachel Lavignc. 113 and a 
92 start: and Janice Noel, 100 start. 

The Union Centre defeated the 
Penguin Swingers 29-19 in the final 
match. Leading the winning offence 
were Jessie Lavigne. 171, 140 and a 
90 finish; Dottie Drysdale, 140, 138 
and 1 21 ; Helen Couuire. 132. 1 16 and 
a 110 start; Barb Lavigne. 121 and 
122; Gail MacKenzie. 124; Dora 
MacKcnzie. 120 and a 93 start; Janet 
Lockhart, 120; and Francine Legacy, 
117. 

Scoring high for the Swingers 
were Lorraine Aubie. 1 1 1 ; and Susan 
Ziegler, % start 



Standings 


Pts 


Foumier Van 


33 


Penguin Panthers 


30 


Union Centre 


29 


Elhauon's 


29 


Penguin Swingers 


19 


U.C. Phantoms 


19 


Right Spot 


18 


Penguin Sports 


15 



Zone title to 
McDermott 




Wick 'n 
RoU 

By LEO RYAN 
Bathurat Curling Ckib •^ 



The ladies' Northeast Zones were 
held in Campbellton Saturday, with a 
Bathurst Curling Club rink coming 
out the winner. 

Karen McDermott skipped the 
rink, which also included P^t Maher. 
Shirley Jamieson and Pauline 
Loupeilc. 

Congratulations to the winners. To 
our other representatives, better luck 
next time. 

In the men's Northeast Zones, held 
in Dalhousie. our represcnialives put 
in a good showing but didn't come up 
winners. 

The Monday night Pepsi Cola 
Compclilivc Curling League is at the 
10-wcck mark. Following are the 
standings: 



A special thank you to the staff 
who put on our first supper. Hope 
everyone had a good meal. Come 
again this coming Saturday, between 
5 p.m. and 7 p.m.. and don't forget to 
bring a friend. The cost is $7 for 
adults and S4 for children. 

Have a good week. 

Got any curling news? Call Leo 
at 54II-316S. 



Did You Know 

Th« two gftographical placas that 
are clos«st to tha aarth's oantar ara at 
the poles. Bacausa of its rotatton, tha 
earth is flatter there. Believe it or not, 
the poles ara actually tan miles ck»er 
to the aarth's cantar than la tha 
equatorl 



THANK YOU 

The AIDS N.B. Volunteers in Bathurst would like 
to thank all those who made its annual, "LITE-A- 
LIFE" fund raising campaign a huge success. 

For information on how you can become a 
volunteer call AIDS NB at: 

1-800-561-4009 



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SIDEWALK 






Red Division 




Bob Nicollc 


8-1 


Lcn \Vylic 


7-3 


Terry I n Isey 


6-4 


Karen McDcrmoU 


6-4 


Emik: Babincau 


6-4 


Ben Brcnnan 


5-4 


Frank McDermott 


5-5 


Larry Urbanoski 


4-6 


Jim Duncan 


4-6 


Don Crozier 


4-6 


Peter Assaff 


4-7 


Dan McLaughlin 


1-7 


Blue Division 




Vance Iwocq 


9-0 


Donna Lavignc 


8-1 


Alvin Lavigne 


7-2 


Lillian Lavigne 


7-2 


Val Roy 


6-4 


Jim Walker 


5-3 


Barry Glasser 


5-4 


Dan Chiasson 


5-4 


Paul Daigle 


4-5 


Martin Paquet 


3-5 


Barry Kyle 


3-7 


Ron Brown 


0-8 1 



Thurs, Fri. & Saturday 
January 14, 15, 16 

The Place Bathurst Mall Merchants 
have prepared some super specials 
throughout the mall to help you save 
money Don't miss this Super Sidew- 
alk Sale. 



Shop at one of the following mer- 
chants for some great specials: 

— A & W Restaurant 

— Ardene 

— Carleton Cards 

— Bank of Nova Scotia 

— Century 21 Real-Estate 

— Charm Diamond Jewellers 

— Classic Cuts 

— Pets Plus 3 

— Consumer Distributing 

— Ed's Submarine 

— Aggie's Shoe Store 

— Jamieson's Save-Easy 

— Jeans Expert 

— Lady Foot Locker 

— Loto 7 

— Boutique Marie Claire 

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Trail user fees implemented 
at Nepisiguit Sports Lodge 



The Nepisiguit Sports Lodge 
snowmobile club has confirmed its 
endorsement of uail user fees for the 
1993 snowmobile season. 

A trail pass — including member- 
ship — will cost $50 per snowmobile. 
A second snowmobile registered to 
the same family will cost $2S. 

The decision was handed down by 



A great toe save.. .and no rebound 

Beresford Peewce A goaltender Patrick Morrison had his hands full at the Bathurst Arena Sunday, where his team 

was playing the Bathurst Peewec A Mighty Ducks. The Bathurst team won the North Shore Peewee A Hockey League 

contest 7-4. 

(Northarn Light Photo) 

Gloucester Kings take aim 
at Midget playoff berth 



It's a start 

The Gloucester Kings, struggling 
without a point for a couple of weeks, 
got exactly that this weekend. 

After suffering a 6-1 loss to 
league-leading Fredericton Cana- 
dians Saturday at the Bathurst Arena, 
the Kings rebounded for a 9-9 tie with 
Moncton Sunday in Shippagan. 

"I don't know if it was the cold or 
what, but the boys woriced pretty hard 
in Shippagan." coach Jim Jessop 
said. 



Denis Sl Laurent scored the lone 
goal against Fredericton. 

Marc Deveaux scored three goals 
10 lead the Kings against Moncton. 
the league's second-place team. Also 
scoring were Shawn Walsh, with 
two. Denis St Laurent, Andr6 Chias- 
son. Corey Larose and Roddie 
MacKenzie. 

The Kings are struggling for a 
playoff spot in the New Brunswick 
AAA Midget Hockey League. They 



Cooperation is needed 
to avoid confrontations 




Out Of 
Bounds 

By JIM COUTURE 
Northwn Ught SporU 



A newspaperman such as myself 
enjoys a little controversy. It makes 
good copy, and keeps the doldrums 
from setting in. 

However, I am particularly dis- 
tressed by the circumstances sur- 
rounding the impiemeniation of trail 
user fees by snowmobile clubs in the 
province, particularly in the Chaleur 
region. 

On one hand, the clubs have to 
charge trail fees to keep up with the 
rising costs of maintaining the hun- 
dreds of kilometres of trails snaking 
through our forests. 

On the other hand, the Province 
has stated firmly that New Bruns- 
wKkers cannot be charged for using 
their own land, which, technically, is 
what Crown lands are. 

The battle lines are drawn. The 
snowmobile clubs are looking at 
setting up patrols to make certain that 
those who do use the trails have paid 
their user fees, which cost S60 at the 
Chaleur Snowmobile Club in Sor- 
many and $50 at the Nepisiguit 
Sports Lodge snowmobile club in 



Grand Falls, located near Brunswick 
Mines. 

I don't sec any solution to this 
problem other than a good public 
relations campaign. 

The facts tell all: (A) snowmobil- 
ers cannot be forced to join a snow- 
mobile club, and (B) they cannot be 
forced to pay a user fee for their own 
land. 

The only route I see for the clubs is 
to use their patrols as a public 
relations tool. All snowmobilers 
should, when approaching someone 
who isn't a member, be able to cite 
the strong reasons why they should 
support the clubs through trail fees. 

You catch more flies with honey 
than with vinegar. The same holds 
true for policing trails and telling 
snowmobilers that they have to pay a 
user fee, or else get off the trail. All 
that will do is lead to violence, and 
deep in the forest is certainly not a 
place for that. 

If I was a srmwmobiler, I'd pay the 
user fee at one of the clubs because I 
know the cost of most other sports in 
the region, and the cost involved in 
keeping those trails well groomed. 
There are not many other sports you 
can participate in for less than $50. 

On the other hand, I would not take 
too kindly to someone approaching 
me and saying, in a confrontational 
manner, to pay up or get off the trail. 

Cooperation is the key. There is no 
other way. 



arc presently in fifth place in the 
five-team league, five points behind 
Saint John, which holds the fourth 
and final playoff spot. 

"We need two wins this weekend," 
Jessop said. 

They'll try to get those four points 
at home. They play the Saint John 
Pcpsis Saturday in Bathurst begin- 
ning at 5:50 p.m., then take on 
Miramichi beginning at 1:30 p.m. at 
the Campbellton Civic Centre. 

More youths 
needed for boot 
hockey tourney 

Organizers of the Big River Youth 
Boot Hockey Tournament need a few 
more teams to complete the draw. 

All those 18 and younger arc urged 
10 get a five-person team together and 
take part in the competition, which 
will hopefully field 32 teams. The 
event is being organized by the Big 
River Sport and Recreation Centre. 

The enU7 fee is $15 per team. U 
will take place Jan. 29 and 30 at the 
Big River Recreation Centre rink. 

For more information, or to regis- 
ter a team, contact Dale Branch at 
546-6185 after 5 p.m. 



the club's board of directors, follow- 
ing its regular monthly meeting Jan. 
6. 

James Kenny, club president, said 
in a release that members who have 
already paid the $27 membership fee 
may obtain a trail pass by paying an 
additional $23. Social memberships 
remain at $15. The funds received 
through trail passes will go to ensure 



Murphy leads Darty Dozen 



The hot hand in the Bathurst Men's 
City Dart League last week belonged 
to Greg Murphy. 

Murphy led the Wild Goose Darty 
Dozen to a 45-27 win over Atlantic 
Renuls, thanks to a pair of perfect 
180s, three 140s and a 105 finish. 
Others contributing to the winning 
offence were Regis Hachey, 132 
start; John Pitre, 122 start; Wayne 
Jones, starts of 1 20 and 100; and Blair 
Jones, 100 start. 

Ricky Lavigne paced Atlantic Re- 
ntals' offence with a 180, two 140s 
and a 120 start. John McLellan, 
meanwhile, was one of the league's 
top players out of the blocks with 
starts of 136 and 112. 

The Wild Goose Genuine Aces 
kept up their winning ways with a 
57-15 drubbing of Legion Labau's. 
Leading the winners in scoring were 
Dave Mclanson, 160 start; Elmer 
Pitre. three 140s, a 1 16 start and a 130 
finish; Peter White, four 120 starts 
and a 125 finish; Greg Lomas, three 
140s; Don Roy, two 140s; Carson 
Pitre, 102 start; and Mike Calnan, 

100 start. 

Replying for Legion Labatt's were 
Edward Noel, two 140s; Everett 
Melanson, 120 start; Dave MacKen- 
zie, 1 17 finish; and Ray MacKenzie. 

101 start. 

Elhatton's Underdogs kept pace 
with the Genuine Aces thanks to a 
57- 1 5 win over the Right Spot Gener- 
als. Top scorers for the winning side 
were by Rudolphe Grant, 160 start; 
Paddy Furioue. three 140s; Fred 
Goldrup. two 140s and a 120 start; 
Marcel St. Cyr. two 140s and a 105 
surt; Don Linden, two 140s; and Ben 
Sl Onge, 140 and starts of 128 and 
116. 

Leading the Generals' attack were 
Bemie Chamberlain, starts of 120 
and 103; Peter Bethume, 109 start; 
Jim Hayden, 103 start; and Eric Bass. 
100 start. 

Robert Chamberiain tossed a 180 
and Claude Boucher let loose with 
four 140s and a pair of 112 starts in 
leading the Penguin Spoilers to a 
43-29 win over the Union Centre 
Bulls. Others contributing towards 
the win were John Sivret, 140; Ray- 
mond Lemarec, starts of 103 and 100; 
and Lawrence Roy, 100 start. 

Scoring high for the Bulls were 
Tom Albert, 140 and starts of 120, 
105 and 105; and Armand Pitre. 140 
and a 100 start. 



Dave Belli veau tossed a 180 to 
lead the Union Centre Mooseheads 
over the Penguin Club Cool Guys 
41-31. Other top scorers with the 
same team were Timmy Gartett, two 
140s; Fred Himmelman, 140 and 
starts of 120 and 112; and Duke 
Duclos and Maynard Lavigne, 140. 

Leading the Cool Guys in scoring 
were Tracy Boucher. 156; Jay Val- 
ley, three 140s; Albert Chamberlain, 
two 140s; Leonard Hachey. 120 start; 
and Miguel Basque, 101 start 



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that the club's 192 kilometres of trails 
are properly groomed and 
maintained. 

"We urge all snowmobilers in the 
Bathurst area to join the Nepisiguit 
Sports Lodge and support the mainte- 
nance, development and saftiy of 
groomed trails in the area." Kenny 
said. 

The club grooms and maintains 
trails running from the AUantic Host 
Inn to the sports lodge at Grand Falls 
(Routes 19 and 52); from Grand Falls 
to Lawson Brook on Taylor Brook' 
Road (Routes 19 and 52); from Grand 
Falls to Popple Depot (Route 32); and 
from Red Pine Knoll to Island Lake 
Road on the Road to Resources 
(Route 22). 

The return mileage on these trails 
total 384 kilometres, at an approxi- 
mate cost of $60 per kilometre to 
maintain. 

Memberships can be purchased 
from Joyce Gray at the lodge, or by 
conucting James Kenny or Wendy 
Good at Good Brothers on the Mines 
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Ronald Piirc of Balhurst is one of many local fishermen who've set up shanties on the Bathurst Harbor, to enjoy 
another season of ice fishing. The ice fishing season runs from Jan. 1 to the end of March. 

(Northarn Light Photo) 

New year marked opening 
of ice fishing season in N.B. 



ice fishing is always a popular 
winter sport in the Chalcur region, 
and this year should be no exception. 

The season on designated inland 
waters opened Jan. 1 and runs until 
the end of March. Each year a 
growing number of people arc trying 
their luck at ice fishing, and many 
lakes are open for ihc sport early in 
the new year. 

Anglers require valid 1993 Winter 
Ice Fishing Permits. Resident permits 
arc issued free of charge, while 
non-resident permits arc available at 



a cost of SIO. Licences and summa- 
ries of ice fishing regulations — 
including a list of designated lakes — 
arc available at DNRE offices 
throughout the provirKC. 

There are three categories of wa- 
ters available to anglers for ice 
fishing: intcmalional waters, desig- 
nated inland waters, and tidal waters. 
Legal species and catch limits vary 
from each category of water. It is the 
responsibility of anglers to know the 
regulations that apply to winter ice 
fishing in New Brunswick. 



Every outdoor enthusiast should 
make sure conditions are safe before 
venturing onto icc-covcrcd waters. 
Anglers are advised to use ice augers 
or chisels, rather than axes, to cut 
holes in the ice. And remember: don't 
leave debris on the ice surface. 

Also, all those pri/.e-winning 
catches in ice fishing are eligible for 
the 1993 New Brunswick Master 
Angling Awards. Application forms 
arc available at all DNRE offices. 
Award winners receive certificates 
and Master Angler crests. 



Midget girls volleyball season 
begins with league tournament 



Two Midget girls learns from the 
Bathurst Volleyball Club partici- 
pated in a Provincial League Touma- 
mcnt in Newcastle on Saturday. 




. _ Minor 

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BATHURST MINOR HOCKKV 
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h'riday, Jan. 15 

4 lo 5 p.m 5- to 7year-old» practice 
5:10 lo 6:10 p m. Alum A practice 
6:20 to 7:20 p m. Pcewee A practice 
Salurdax, Jan. 16 

7 lo 8:15 am. Rruinf, Sharks practice 
8:25 to 9:30 a in.8 and 9 year-old game 
(Mite C) 

9:40 to 10:45 a.m Beavers vs Bears 
10:55 lo 12 iKKm Mile B game 

12:10 to 1:20 pm Hcicsford Hanlwn HI 
VI Balhurst Bantam B 
2:40 p.m.l'rcdcricton Bantams vi Cha- 
lcur Bantams 

4:30 p.m Newcastle Atoms vs Balhursi 
Alom A 

.Sunday, Jan. 17 

9 40 to 10 45 am. Bantam B practice 
10:55 lo 12:30 p.m.Bercsford Bantams 
vs Balhursi Bantam A 
12:40 to 1:45 pm 5- to 7ye«r-olds 
practice 

3:30 pm Atom .Sharks in Bellcduiw 
Monday, Jan. IR 

5:10 to 6:10 p.m. Sharks vs Mile A 
6:10 lo 7:10 pm Bercsford Aliim B2 vs 
Bniins 

7:10 to 8:10 p.m. Kings vs Blues 

Tuesday, Jan. 19 

4 lo 5:10 pm Practice for Mite B and C 
5:20 lo 6:30 p.m. Bears vs Itcavcrs 
6:40 lo 7:55 p.m Chalcur Pecwees prac 
lice 

8:05 lo 9:20pm.Chaleur RaiHams prac 
lice 



The less experienced Red team 
played hard all day and. despite the 
hard work and a few close games, 
were only able lo win one of eight 
sets. 

They lost to Newcastle, 14-16 and 
12-15; Bouctouche #1, 7-15 and 
0-15; and Monclon, 1-15 and 4-15. 
They split with Richibucto #2, 15-13 
and 5-15. 



The Grey team advanced all the 
way to the semi-firuls before losing 
to Moncton, 6-15 and 7-15. 

Results of their games were as 
follows: Bouctouche #2, 15-1 and 
15-3; Richibucto #1. 16-14 and .5-15; 
Dalhousie, 15-IOand 15-8; and Shc- 
diac, 15-8 and 15-7. 

Tlie next Midget league games will 
be played Jan. 23 in Saint John. 



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Bayside Phantom Pepsis 
blow lead in third period 



By KKITH WATSON 
Student Correspondent 

At least the Balhurst High School 
Boys' AAA basketball team is 
consistent. 

For the third time this season, the 
Phantoms traveled south lo partici- 
pate in a tournament. And for the 
third lime this season they finished 
with a 1-2 record. 

BHS traveled lo the Si. Stephen 
tournament on Jan. 7, taking on 
Taniramar High School ihal same 
night. The boys lost a heart-breaker 
69-65. 

Ren6 Dugas lead the Phantoms' 
attack with 16 points. 

The loss seemed to put the Phan- 
toms on their heels a bit, as they came 



out cold in their second game against 
Dalhousie. Despite 17 big points 
from third-year player Jamie Know- 
Ics, the Phantoms lost 79-64. 

In their ihird and final game, 
Bathurst avenged its first Iwo games 
by defeating Fundy High School by a 
score of 70-60. Robbie Mean and 
David Ellis each had 16 points for the 
local team. 

The next action for ihe Phantoms is 
today Wednesday, when ihey travel 
to Dalhousie to take on Dalhousie 
Regional High School. They host two 
games over the weekend, one on 
Friday night against Rivervicw High 
School, and one Saturday against 
Hanison Trimble. 

In hockey action, the Bathurst 



High School Bayside Phantom Pep- 
sis traveled to Caraquet recently to 
take on the powerful Polyvalenie 
Louis Mailloux squad, which had 1 1 
wins and no losses to Ihal point. The 
Pepsis played lough hockey, and 
actually led at the end of 40 minutes 
by a score of 5-3. 

However, they went on to give up 
four unanswered goals in the third 
period to lose by a score of 7-5. 

Chris Monon scored a pair, while 
Jonathan Clinch, Jason Ward and 
David hachey each had singles. A 
very impressive performance for the 
Phantoms. 

The Bayside Pepsis next game is at 
home on Friday, when they host 
Aux-Quatres-Vents of Dalhousie. 



Larry Holmes not impressive 
in bout with unknown opponent 




On The 
Ropes 

By "WIM" BILL 
HU(X}N 

The elusive Bigfool was tracked lo 
the Mississippi Coast Colliseum last 
weekend. 

That's where he was fighting 
43-year-old former heavyweight 
champion Larry Holmes. 

Everett (Bigfool) Martin lost a 
10-round decision to Holmes. For a 
guy who lost 1 1 of his last 12 fights, I 
would say that Bigfool did very well 
against Holmes, who could not put 
him away. 

The fans kept yelling, "Larry, let it 
last a while." What some of the fans 
did not know was that Holmes tried 
his best but could not put a dent in 
Bigfoot's fender. 

Lei's face it. Holmes was a great 
champion but he isn't anymore. The 
oldtimcr should call it a day, and that 
goes for another former heavyweight 
champion, big George Foreman, who 
will be 44-years-oId this month. 

Holmes just pocketed $85,000 dol- 
lars for his mismatch with the Big- 
fooL Now, who will Holmes fight 
next? I hear he wants to fight 
Foreman. 

No, Jimmy, don't ask me to go 
with you lo sec this one. Bui, if you d 
ask me lo go see Michael Moorer 
fight Bert Cooper this week, I would 

Local club 
to host 1993 
Snowarama 

The Nepisiguit Sports Lodge 
snowmobile club will be the official 
host for Snowarama 1993, scheduled 
for Feb. 20. 

Club president James Kenny in- 
vites all snowmobilers to take part in 
the charitable cause, which is the 
leading fundraiser for the New 
Brunswick branch of the Canadian 
Rehabilitation Council for Ihe Disab- 
led (CRCD). All funds collected are 
spent in New Brunswick. 

Everyone is urged to participate in 
this worthwhile event, either by join- 
ing in the ride or pledging support to 
participants. 

Prospective participants can pick 
up pledge books from Ron Gray at 
the sports lodge, located near Grand 
Falls, or by phoning him at home 
(546-3012). The sports lodge number 
is 548-9174. 



say yes. Moorer is the fourth-ranked 
heavyweight contender, and has a 
ring record of 29-0. 
By the way. Holmes' record now 



stands at 55-4, while Foreman's is 
73-3. With a record like that. Fore- 
man could be 100 years old and still 
win fights. 




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Parents of ^Vi - AVi Year Olds 

If you are a parent of a 3'/^ to 4'/2 year old child, you will 
receive a phone call in the next few weeks from your local 
Public Health office. 

Public Health Nurses will be screening children in that age 
range for: 

• Growth and Development 

• Vision 
•Hearing 

• Speech 

• Nutrition 

. biiJtOJK'OtntaiHfalih o,.;,^. n'n. «h,,* 

This it part of the government's initiative to ensure children 
get any health attention they may need before entering the school 
system. The new screening program replaces the present process 
required for school entry. 

Children had previously been screened at age 4'/^. The age for 
screening has now been advanced to 3'/2 to allow for earlier 
intervention, if needed. 

Once all children between age 3*/z and 4'/i have been 
screened, the program will only have to screen 3Vi year olds. 

As a parent, you don't need to conuct the local Public Health 
Office for this service. We will contact you. 

In the next few weeks, about 1 0,000 young New 
Brunswickers will be screened, as thousands of their brothers, 
sisters and friends have before them. 

The program is just a phone call away. If you have a child 
between y/i and 4'/2 who has not been screened yet by a Public 
Health Nurse in your area, wait for our call. You'll be hearing 
from us before the end of March. 

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BATHURST AQUATIC CENTRE 


MONDAY 




Early Bird 


7 a.m. 


Waterciz* 


9 a.m. 


Lap awim/Maatera 


12 noon 


Parkwood 


1 D.m. 


Studant awimming laaaona 4 b.m. 


Adult Fitnaaa/Maatara 


6 p.m. 


Brunswick Minaa 


7 p.m. 


Lap iwim/Adult Fitnaaa 


8 p.m. 


TUESDAY 




Holy Family 


9 a.m. 


Parkwood 


10:46 a.m. 


Lap awim 


12 noon 


Parkwood 


1 p.m. 


A, AA team^aao Swim 


4 p.m. 


Junior Highs/AA taam 


6 p.m. 


High achoola 


6 p.m. 


Family twim 


7 p.m. 


Watarcize 


8 p.m. 


WEDNESDAY 




Early bird 


7 a.m. 


Waterciza 


9 a.m. 


Parkwood 10 


a.m . 


Parkwood 


11 a.m. 


Lap twim/Maatars 


12 noon 


Janeville Elam. laaaona 


1 p.m. 


Studant laaaona 


4 p.m. 


Adult Fitnaaa/Maatara 


6 p.m. 


Family awim 


7 p.m. 


Lap twim/Adult Fitnaaa 


8 p.m. 


THURSDAY 




Parkwood/South 


10:30 a.m. 


Lap twim 


12 noon 


A, AA taami/Eaao Swim 


4 p.m. 


Junior higha/AA taam 


6 p.m. 


High achool laagua 


6 p.m. 


Family awim 


7 p.m. 


Watarciza 


8 p.m. 


FRIDAY 




Early bird 


7 a.m. 


Watarciza 


9 a.m. 


South 


10:30 a.m. 


Lap iwinVMastara 


12 noon 


Coronation 


1:46 p.m. 


A, AA taams 


4 p.m. 


AA team 


6 p.m. 


Adult Fitnaaa/Maatara 


6 p.m. 


Smelter iwim 


7 p.m. 


Lap awim 


8 p.m. 


SATURDAY 




Pra-achool 


9 a.m. 


Lap awim/Eito Swim 


12 noon 


Studant laaaona 


1 p.m. 


Tarzan awim 


2 p.m. 


Tarzan awim 


3 p.m. 


Family awim 


6 p.m. 


Family awim 


7 p.m. 


SUNDAY 




Lap awinri/Esto Swim 


12 noon 


Studant laaaona 


1 p.m. 


Tarzan awim 


2 p.m. 


Tarzan awim 


3 p.m. 


Madiaco Invaatmanta 


4 p.m. 


Family awim 


6 p.m. 


Aduh laaaona 


7 p.m. 


Watarciza 


8 p.m. 


SKATINO 




BATHURST ARENA 





Monday aid Thursday 8:30 to 9:30 ajii. 

WedBo diy 10:10 to 11:10 ajM. 

Pra-adMQMn 

Monday aid Friday 9:40 to 10:40 ajn. 

Wedneiday 9 to 10 »jn. 

Opca 

Monday and Thursday 12 to 1 pjn. 

CMMna (11 and yoaaiar) 

Satunlty 1:30 to 2:30 pjn. 

PubHc (12 aad oMar) 

Saturday 9 to 10:30 pjn. 

AdMlt 

Wedhciday S to 9:20 pjn. 



rLOOR HOCKXY 

MOOSEHEAD LIGHT LADIES 

FLOOR HOCKEY LEAGUE 

TMaday, Jaa. 19 

Mcahan'i Trcpiiies vs C&G Tracking? p.in. 

Green Thianb vi McDonald't 8 p.m. 

BOWUNO 

MOOSEHEAD MILL BOWLING 
LEAGUE 

Taaadaj, Jan. 19 

Cliff Dugle VI Sonny Doucet Alleys 1-2 
Gru Doucci VI Glen McLean Alleys 3-4 
Qiff Duguay vi Wayne McLeanAUeys S-6 
John Dugii vs Janes Keddie AUeyi 7-8 

DARTS 

BATHURST MEN'S CITY DART 
LEAGUE 

Mnaday, Jan. II 

Bulls VI Mooieheadi Union Centre 

Duty Dozen vi Generali Right Spot 

Legion vi Underdogs Legion 

Cool Guyi VI Genuine Aces Wild Goose 

All. Rentals vs Spoilers tVngain Qub 

HOCKBT 

NORTHERN CONFERENCE 
HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY 
LEAGUE 



Friday, Jan. 15 
Aux-4-Vemi vs BHS 
..Wednesday, Jaa. 20 

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7:43 pjn. Balhuni 
8 pjn. Beresford 



NEW BRUNSWICK AAA 
MIDGET HOCKEY LEAGUE 

SativdaT, Ja«. U 
Saint JoiBi vs Kings 
Sanda;, Jan. 17 
Miiamichi vs Kings 1 



6 p.nn. Balhunt 
:30 p.m. CampbeUlon 



BASKETBALL 

NEW BRUNSWICK HIGH 
SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBAU 
LEAGUE 



6 p.m. Dalhousie 
6 pjn. BHS 



WsdMaday, Jan. 13 
BHS vs DaDKMsic Reg 
rriday, Jan. IS 
Rivarview vs BHS 
SaiarAijr, Jan. U 
Hwriton TrimMe vi BHS 



I p.m. 



BHS 



miramk;hi junior athletk: 
association boys varsity 
basketball league 

Tkaraday, Jaa. 14 

CamobeUton vi Superior S pjn. 

Haffcms VI PDJ S pjn. 

Oiahnen vi Dr. Lotier S pjn. 

Taasday. Jan. 19 

PDI vs Superior 4 pjn. 

Wa«Ma«ay, Jan. 29 

Haikini vi Chalmera 3:30 pjn. 




The Norihcni Ligtu, Wed., Jan. 13, 199.3— .5B 

Dart benefit Saturday 



An invitatifin is extended to all dart 
players in (he region to attend a 
mixed doubles tournament Saturday 
at the Herman J. Good, VC, Branch 
No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. 

Proceeds from the tournament will 
go to the Chalcur AAA Pccwcc 
McNuggeis, a local team headed for 
the prestigious Quebec International 
Peewee Hockey Tournament in Fe- 
bruary. The McNuggets arc the only 
New Brunswick entry in the 
175-tcam competition, to be held in 
Quebec City and featuring the top 



Peewee teams from throughout ihc 
world. Pccwccs are 12- and 13-ycar- 
olds. 

Registration for the dart tourna- 
ment begins at 12 n(X)n at the legion, 
and costs S5 per person. Play begins 
at I p.m., with partners to be selected 
through a draw. 

Pri/cs will also be awarded. 

"We're hoping U) have enough 
prizes so everybody gets something," 
tournament organi/er Patsy Hen- 
nessy said. 



This puck has eyes 

A member of the Ecoie Secondaire Nepisiguit girls hockey team (black jersey) lined up a goal recently in a game 
against Polyvalente Roland Pepin of CampSelllon. The exhibition game was played at the Petit Rocher Arena. 

(^4ortharn Light Photo) 

Cross country ski club 
begins membership drive 



The Rough Waters/Baihurst Cross 
Country Ski Club is set to begin its 
12ih year of operation, and a busy 
calendar of events is in store for 
members. 

Betty E)oucet is (he new club 
president, accepting the position in 
December. She replaced Don La- 
vigne, who had been president for the 
past three years. 

Despite nominal amounts of snow, 



the trails in Rough Waters are in 
excellent condition, (hanks to the 
great work of the club trailmasters. 

Events planned for this season 
include moonlight skiing, a wiener 
roast, ski-a-thons and many others. 
Highlighting the season, as always, is 
the annual Rough Waters Loppet, 
scheduled for Feb. 28. 

The membership drive is now on. 
Costs are: adults, $15; families (in- 



cluding children 18 and younger), 
S2S; students, $7; senior citizens (60 
and older), $10; and couples (60 and 
older), $15. 

Memberships can be obtained at 
the club's headquarters, located be- 
hind the Rough Waters Recreation 
Centre. More information can be 
obtained by contacting either Betty 
Doucet at 546-4524 or Jeannine 
Vienneau at 548-8287. 



McLellan wastes no time in increasing 
legion shuffleboard league lead 



The Legion Alpine Shuffleboard 
League resumed play Friday follow- 
ing a three-week break for the 
holidays. 

And John McLellan promptly took 
advantage of slight rustiness on the 
part of Bob Wesenberg's team to 
extend his league lead. 

McLellan beat Wesenberg 11-1, 
giving his team 89 points on the 

Petit Rocher 
skiers will be 
busy this week 

Cross<ountry skiers will have 
^enty to keep them busy in Petit 
Rocher ihis weekend. 

A skiing excursion will leave at 8 
p.m. Friday night from the Club Plein 
Air, located behind the Petit Rocher 
Arena. A bonHre will end the even- 
ing, complete with prizes and a hot 
dog barbiecue. 

There is no cost to members of the 
Club Plein Air. Non-members, how- 
eva, have to pay $3. 

A cross-country skiing and waxing 
clinic will be held at the same 
location on Saturday, beginning at 
1:30 p.m. Cost for this is $4 for 
members and non-members alike. 

For more information on either of 
these activities, call 783-2959. 



season. He how boasts an 1 1 '/> -point 
lead. 



Other matches saw Biff Homiak 


and Carol Gallagher play to a 6-6 
draw; Jean-Guy Fortin edge Stephen 
Pitre 7-5; and Wayne Spence defeat 
Rita May Gates 9-3. 


Standings 


Pts 


John McLellan 


89 


Rita May Gates 
Biff Homiak 


77'/, 
77'/, 


Wayne Spence 
Jean-Guy Fortin 


76'/, 
61'/, 



Stephen Pitre 
Carol Gallagher 
Bob Wesenberg 

Top scorers 

Betty Lovcgrove 
Jean-Paul Viennc u 
Wayne Spence 
Joe Goyctchc 
Biff Homiak 
Ken Shirley 
Bob Wesenberg 
Carol Gallagher 
Celine Rennie 
Roland Pelletier 



58 

49'/, 

38'/, 

Pts 

256 
246 
244 
244 
240 
235 
232 
226 
221 
218 



BATHURST MINOR HOCKEY'S 



Players of the Week 




Pierre Napert-Frenette 



Guy Napert-Frenette 



The Bathurst Minor Hockey Association's players of the week this time 
around are 11 -year-old twins Pierre and Guy Napert-Frenette, sons of 
Moniquc Napcrt and Jean-Louis Frenetic of Bathurst 

Both are vital members of the Baihurst Atom A team, which plays out of 
the North Shore Atom A Hockey League. 

Pierre, a forward, is without a doubt the most prolific scorer in the entire 
BMHA, with several six- and five-goal-gamcs under his belt thus far. 

Guy usually tends goal. However, he has only played that position two 
of his seven years in the game. He is sometimes called upon by coach Brian 
Chamberlain to play either defence or forward positions, and feels very 
comfortable in doing so. 

Both young men enjoy anything (hat has to do with sports, either 
watching it on television or actually playing it. 

Guy's hobbies include playing the piano, doing crossword puzzles and 
reading. Pierre lists reading as his favorite. 

Both are Grade 6 students at Nou-e Dame Elementary School. They have 
been residents of Bathurst since September, having moved here from 
Quebec. 



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Snow blower stolen from city's industrial park 



On Dec. 16, a call was received at 
the Bathurst City Police and a theft 
was reported. A snow blower, 
SI -inch cut, orange in color with a 
black chute, make Kubou, was stolen 



outof the yard of TMM Equipment in 
the Bathurst Industrial Park. 

Anyone knowing anything about 
this crime or any other crime is asked 
call Crime Stoppers at 



1-800-222-8477. If your tip leads to 
an arrest, you may qualify for an 
award. 

You do not have to give your 
name. Call now!. 



New sparks in East Bathurst 

The East Bathurst Girl Guides recently invested new members into the Sparks "Etincellcs" group. Shown in photo 
are the new members, front from left are Natasha Doucet, Kerry Lynn Boucher, Magan McLean, Tanya Boucher and 
Wanita Pitre. Middle from left arc Chanul Gallant, Nadinc Landry. Philo (mascot), Vicky Duguay, Karinc Boudreau 
and Annie GioneL Back from left are the new leaders Noella Gallant, Corinne Chamberlain, Nancy McLean and 
Debbie Duguay. (Northern Ught Photo) 



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Door facts 
Art Talk 



with Bathurst 
artist JEAN-f RANGES 

This week, let's take a look at 
doors. Entrances to a building follow 
the building's architectural design 
and fomi an integral part of it; they 
invite us in. 

Primitive societies used a flap of 
animal skip or fabric but according to 
the Encyclopedia International. 
early in hunutu history this developed 
into a construction of wood, metal or 
stone. A single wood pbink was 
pivoted on one side by the Egyptians 
to create a moveable but pcmianent 
door. 

Hinges replaced pivots in the 
twelfth century and in Medieval 
times, these were elaborately decor- 
ated with metal plates. Nowadays, 
most doorways we see are strictly 
functional. However, following the 
design of the building, they may have 
different shapes — rather than being 
straight at the lop, they may be 
arched. 

Now, before we go about looking 
at doors, let's defme some of the parts 
of doorways that we will see. 

Entablature: a raised, horizontal 
part of architectural design, some- 
times seen above doorways. (In the 
clas ;ical order, it is the upper section 
of architecture resting on the capital 
and consists of cornice, freize and 
architrave.) 

Transcom: A small hinged win- 
dow above a door or another window. 

Threshold: The wood or stone 
piece placed beneath a door. 

Sill: The horizontal member upon 
which the upright doorway frame 
rests. 

Look around. Are these deHnitions 
a part of your front door? Your 
neighbor's? What about other build- 
ings you enter? 

Have fun looking and we'll see 
you next week! 




Draw winner 

Mr. and Mrs. Edouard Aubd of 
Petit Rochcr were the recent winnen 
of a centrepiece in a draw aimed at 
raising funids to help the Bathurst 
Adult Learning Centre. The centre- 
piece was created by Lorenza Doucet 
of BathursL Proceeds were used lo 
purchase a 32-volume set of ency- 
clopedias for the centre, located on 
Miramichi Avenue. 



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Doned fireplace warms the living room 
The gourmet kitchen offers a centre prepa- 
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glass access to the rear garden and 
convenient butler's pantry to the dining 
room. A main floor laundry room, with 
handy three way entrances and two stor- 
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room. The vaulted family room with cozy 
fireplace, is separated from the breakfast 
room by a fialf wall, which creates a sense 
of spaciousness. 

The master suite boasts a large walk-In 
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Club Comer 

Editor's note: for all club 
news In Bathurst and area, 
send submissions, announce- 
ments and club reports to The 
Northern Light Club Corner, 
355 King Ave., Bathurst, E2A 
3Z3. All notices should be re- 
ceived by Thursday at 5 p.m., to 
help ensure publication In the 
following Wednesday's paper. 

AACA ~ 

New Beginning Al-Anon Adult Child- 
ren of Alcoholics ^ACA) meet every 
Wednesday night at 1810 Vallee Lourdes 
Dr. at 8 p.m. For more information call 
Connie at 546-0993 or Gisele at 
548-2969. 

-Avez-vous grandi dans une famille avec 
des problimes tels que cniaut6 mentale 
ou physique, alcool, parents excessive- 
ment autoritaires, etc..? Si oui, nous vous 
comprenons. Al-Anon Enfants Adultes 
d'Alcooliques pourrait vous aider. Venez 
nous rencon (Tur les dimanches soirs k 20h 
au 1810 Val!«e Lourdes. 
AL-ANON 

Al-Anon meets every Tuesday at 7:30 
p.m. at Donald Eddy Hall. 309 St. Patrick 
St., Room 7, (downstairs). For informa- 
tion call 546-9494. 

-The Pathfinders Group of Alcoholics 
Anonymous meets every Friday evening 
at 7:30 p.m. at Big River Rec Centre. 
-Croupe de Robertville Alcoholics 
Anonymous meets every Friday evening 
at 8 p.m. in the basement of the Robert- 
ville church. 

-The Murray Group Alcoholics 
Anonymous meeu every Monday even- 
ing at 7 p.m. at 160 St. George St. 
-Groupe I'amiti^ Alcoholics Anonym- 
ous meets every Monday at 8 p.m. in the 
basement of the Bereiford church. 
-The Friendly Group Alcoholics 
Anonymous meets every Tuesday at 8 
p.m. at 1880 Vallee Lourdes Dr. 
AIDS SUPPORT GROUP 

A monthly support group has started up 
for people who are HIV-positive, their 
friends and family members. The group 
meets the first Thursday of every month. 
For more information, call AIDS New 
Brunswick at 1-800-561-4009. 
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT GROUP 

The Alzheimer's Support Group meets 
the second Tuesday of every month from 
7p.m. to9p.m. at the Herman J. Good VC 
Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion 
Royal Canadian Legion, Sl Peter Av- 
enue. For more information call 
546-6842 and ask for Marsha 
L'EsperarKe. 
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 

You can help people who are being 
tortured, imprisoned without a fair trial, 
or in danger of being executed. Amnesty 
International meets the third Thursday of 
each month at 7: 1 5 p.m. in the Nepisiguit 
Centennial Library. 
ARTHRITIS SOCIETY 

The Gloucester -Bathurst branch of the 
N.B. Arthritis Society has memorial 
cards available at local funeral homes. 
For additional cards, call Th^rise Pelle- 
tier at 542-9027. 
BINGO 

-Every Wednesday at 5:45 p.m. at St. 
Anne Recreation Centre. 
"Beresford Sports Association bingo 
every Wednesday at 6:45 p.m. Beresford 
Church basemenL 

-Every Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at the 
Sportek in Beresford for Curling Sportek. 
CANCER SOCIETY 

The Bathurst unit of the Canadian 
Cancer Society can be reached by phon- 
ing Mrs. Marie Oliver, education chair- 
man, at 546-5013. 
CANSURMOUNT 

CanSurmount meetings are held every 
third Wednesday at Chaleur Regional 
Hospital. Room A, at 7 p.m. This is a 
support group for cancer patients, family 
and friends. For more information call 
Marjorie d'Entremont at 546-5591. 
CARDS 

-Golden Star Age Club hosts a card party 
every Monday night at 7:30 p.m. at St. 
Anne Rec Centre. A lunch will be served. 
Everyone is welcome. 
-Club Villa Chaleur holds a card party 
every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Everyone 
is welcome. 

-Big River Senior Citizens' Qub holds a 
card party every Thursday at 1 :30 p.m. in 
the Big River Seniors' Hall. All welcome. 
-Social Ixidge every Monday from 1 
p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Bathurst Curling 
Club. Everyone is welcome. For further 
information, call 546-2431. 
-Holy Family Qub 200 Seniors hold a 
card party every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in 
the church basement. 
-Maple Leaf Senior Citizens' Club hosu 
card parties at 155 Dumaresq St. Fridays 
at 7:30 p.m. 

-Card party every Sunday night at 7:30 
p.m. at East Bathurst Knights of Colum- 
bus Hall, Miramichi Avenue. A light 
lunch will be served. 
CHESS CLUB 

Like to play chess? Come and join us in 
the Beresford Regional Chess Qub; 
experu and newcomers age 19 and over 
are welcome. The club meeu every 
Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Beresford 
Sportek. 
CO-DEPENDENCY 

Co-dependency Anonymous meets ev- 
ery TTiurxl ly at 7:30 p.m. at 1210 King 
Ave. 
COIN CLUB 

Bathurst Coin Club meeu the last 
Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the 
Kinsmen Centre on Victoria Avenue. 
COLI£CTI0NNEURS 
D'EPINGLETTES 

Nous sommes un nouveau club. Es-tu 
int^-ess^ a te joindre i nous? Si oui, nos 
reunions onl lieux i 7hOO tous les 
mercredis de chaque mois dans la salle 
d'activii< au tout-tol de I'hdtel de ville 
de BweefDid. 
DIABETtCS 

The Bathurst and District branch of the 
Canadian Diabetic Association meeu the 
second Monday of each month, in Room 
A of Chaleur Regional Hospital at 7 p.m. 
GROUPE lA RENAISSANCE 

Avez-vous des symtomes de d^ess- 



13, 1993 
ion, d'angoisse, d'anxiit6. phobie, in- 
quietude, stress, panique, obsession, ner- 
vosity, Emotif Anonymc pcut vous aider. 
Lieu: 1210 rue King, Bathurst. Reunion a 
tout les lundis, 7:30 p.m. Composez 
783-4330, 783-3515. ou 548-8878. 

HELPING TO READ 

Laubach Literacy is a free way to learn 
to read through a tutor. If you wish to 
learn to read or care to help someone else, 
phone 548-2570 or 548-2418. 

HOLY FAMILY CLUB 200 

ArU, crafts, singing, dancing and exer- 
cises are on the agenda every Tuesday at 
1 p.m. in the Holy Family Club 200 club 
room. 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 

-The East Bathurst Knights of Columbus 
Council 8678 serves a breakfast every 
Sunday at 8:30 a.m. at the Knights of 
Columbus Hall at 1395 Miramichi Ave. 
in East Bathurst. 
UONS 

-The Jacquet River Lions Club meet the 
second and fourth Wednesday of every 
month at 7:30 p.m. at the Jacquet River 
Lions Community Centre. 
PRO UFE 

Women in crisis pregnancies, mothers 
in need and those dealing with post- 
abortion difficulties may call for help at 
the toll-free number 1-800-665-0570. 
SCOTTISH DANCING 
-Scottish country dancing is held at St. 
George's Anglican Church on Friday- 
nighu at 7 p.m. Anyone interested can 
call Margan Dawson at 548-2576. 
SEARCH AND RESCUE 

Chaleur Ground Search and Rescue 
meeu the first Wednesday of every 
month at 7 p.m. in the St. Anne Recrea- 
tion Centre. 
STAMP CLUB 

The Bathurst and Chaleur District 
Stamp Club is meeu every second Tues- 
day downsuirs at the Nepisiguit Centen- 
nial Library on Douglas Avenue from 7 
p.m. to 9 p.m. Tlie next meeting is Jan. 19. 
For more information, call 546-2671. 
CLUB MEETINGS 
Duplicate Bridge 
Top master poinu 1992 

Trophy winner was Mrs. Sue Burns, 
29.16 

2. R. Baker 26.15 

3. Boyd Hudson 25.24 

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Pie. Ricky Dickson, son of Hazen 
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left Dec. 30 for Somalia, as part of the 
Canadian contingent of armed forces 
personnel trying lo restore hope to 
this bloodied, starving African coun- 
try. Pte. Dickson was stationed in 
Petawawa, Oni. at the lime of his 
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Unspayed Females 10.00 

Kennels 25.00 

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■tona laad'ln 

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Archbishop 
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vassal 

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Parta 
2t Saucy young 

iwoman 

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murmur 
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M Malay gibbon 
SSHawrola 

'Lust lor Lila'^ 
SSCapl Hool«s 

aida 

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'caraal' is 
nannadtor 
har 

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To KIN a 
Mockingbird' 

66 Word wlh 
nda or slick 

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Tha Fan 
Club" 

69 Couple 

70 Polish 
vigorously 

71 Spanish unit 
d maasura 

72 Ha wrola 
"Oascant 
From 
Xanadu' 

76 Wandarar, 
tor short 

77 Author of 
'Tha Sk;ilian' 

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Europa 
•3 Franch 

military capa 
IS Ovarlays 

withgoM 
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spaara's rivar 
•7 Spanish 

rtrNlaman 
nam (or a 
collaga 
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short 
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pointed 
beard 

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lollowar 

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too Los Angeles 

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chess champ 
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time 
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hand 

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Ullmann 

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teller's card 

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senator 
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llSSaaportin 

Brazil 
IIO'VoungMan 

vvith a — ' 

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as true 

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much 

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lilms 

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canal 

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European 
shad 

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The Dinner 
Party" 

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seaport 

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IT 



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DOWN 

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pencil 

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Clark Gable 

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bioomer. for 
short 

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oH Dawn" 

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I Mountain 

lake 
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author 

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■The Little 
Foxes' 

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1 2 Roam about 

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Addison 

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poet 

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fabrics 

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Afnca 

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lead-in 
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salted 
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feelers 
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3S Tall 

Javanese 

tree 

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casta 

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utterly 

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of penny 

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chemist 

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byproduct 

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manner 

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teeder 

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electrorvc 
signal 

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father was 
one 

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plug lead-in 

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etc 
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hand 

luggage 
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sales 

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Sinatra 

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62 Hindu 
garments 

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lor liqukjs 

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language 

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prince 

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gentleman 

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statesman 

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The 
Country Girl' 

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'John 
Brown's 
Body' 

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racehorse 



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to Inends 

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grapes 

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temperate 
and frigid 

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84DC kjbby 

ing org 
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"Myra Brack 

inrjdge" 
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historian 
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"Reginald" 
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lawmaker 
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loud noise 

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'Just Above 
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■The 

Aqutaine 
Progression" 
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impressionist 

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cialor trivial 

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Indian 

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armadilk) 

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VIP 
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magistrate 
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senator 
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mMsure 
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oleorssin 

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Guam 

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• po«t 

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nova! 

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the fish 

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inlet 

27 In the — 
(in disfavor) 

2«-— of 

Oarfcn«ss' 
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be sour 
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magazine 
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laborer 

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water wheel 
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44 British 
noblemen 

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meaning 
•WNie" 

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the Plains 



Indians 

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"Goklen 
Girls" co-star 

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hoolbeats 

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kitchen fkwrs 

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Barrett 

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Island 

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townships 

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feast 

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tne — 

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columnist of 
note 

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squarely 

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Blackman 

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scolding 
woman 

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74 Baer or 
Schmeling 

75 Cincinnati 
team 

76 Ancient 
Egyptians 



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magistrate 

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fish 

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82 Wise men 

83 BattletieU 
shelters 

85 Elevator cars 

86 Dislike 
intensely 

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concern 

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bracing 

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(novel) 

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Christian 

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Muses 

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image: 
all sp 

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dream 

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106 Brother of 
K^ses 

107 Linen fuzz 

108 Large parrots 

109 "To Autumn" 
poet 

110 Education 
bigwigs 

111 Diri< 
DOWN 

1 Garden flaw 

17 



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5 End as a 
consequerKB 

6 European 
shad 

7 Goddess of 
youth 

8 Pierre's pal 

9 Rocky 
Mountain 
sheep 

10 Beach 
shelter 

11 Greek 
market place 

12Talkwik)ly 

13 "A Chorus 
Line" number 

14 Nagged at 

15 Hidden or 
secret 

16 Farm 
enctosure 

17 Wander Idly 

18 French 
seasons 

28 Cheers for 
the matador 

30 Assam 
silkworm 

32 Bud or bush 
lead-in 

34 Belt holders 

35 Clement 
and Urban 

36 Of or near 
the Ilium 

37 Ethical 

38 Palm 
cockatoo 

39 She wept for 
har children 



40 Spartan serf 

41 -Ethan—" 

42 Crescent 
shaped 
figures 

43 Baker's need 

45 Like a pie 
crust 

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fnghlened 

49 Sour- 
tempered 
ones 

50 Circus 
empk>yee 

51 Begin again 

53 French 
clerics 

54 Broadway's 
Neil 

55 Noted 
modiste 

57 Comrades 

58 Bowhng 
alleys 

50 Impudent 

61 Ordand Oix 

62 Discovers 

63 Fine line ol a 
letter 

64 Sklh disorder 

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list 

66 Puebk) 
Indians 

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deeds 

68 Press 
agent's 
concern 

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70 Have actual 
being 

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sandpiper 

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champagne 
drink 

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78 Tall marsh 
plants 

80 Extinct bird 

81 Levantine 
ketch 

82 One ol a 
Slavic 
people 

84 Large 
crowds ol 
people 

85 Packing 
cases 

66 Evil spirits 

88 "Beauty 
and the — " 

89 Conductor's 
wand 

90 Recreation 
area 

91 Fencir>g 
sword 

92 Leningrad's 
river 

93 — colada 
(dnnk) 

94 Zhivago's 
k)ve 

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off 

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heraldry 

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14 Gazed 


62 Square of 


108 Cun/ed 


mi Wary 


goblin 


116 Exchange 


maliciously 


turf 


molding 


rations 


78 -The Return 


premium 


15 Flattery 


64 Hair dressing 


109 Word before 


33 Location 


ofthe— - 


117 City in 


16 Odd. in 


66 Camp bed 


in, out or up 


34 Narrow gorge 


(novel) 


Arizona 


Glasgow 


68 Rowed 


110 Jane Austen 


36 Classic cars 


82 Miss Gardner 119 Popeyes k>va 


17 Sir Guinness 


70 -Look Back 


heroine 


37 Turkish 


83 Irregular 


121 Louisiana 


18 Quick k>ok 


in Anger- 


112Enthusiastk; 


military 


85Tho- 


Long 


28 Mental 


playwright 


assent, in 


otiicials 


Bunch- 


122 kxine source 


leaning 


72 Sunk fences 


Seville 


40 Tak last and 


87 -Yes 1 — - 


123 US chair 


30 Solemn 


73 Stop, on 


113 Department 


lootshly 


(Oavis book) 


designer 


promise 


shipboard 


in France 


42 He herds 


88 Todays roast. 124 Water bird 


32 Actor 


74 Black-marked 114 Meager 


animals 


tomorrow 


125 Persia 


Mk:hael.o( 


ctvat 


115 Singer Lorena 


46 Spanish 


90 Pinnacle o( 


126 Voracious 


the new "Star 


75 Challenges 


118 Through 


"so tang' 


glacier ice 
91 Sharpens 


fishes 


Trek- 


77 WNte-tailed 


120 Native 


47 Rekictant 


127 Begin 


34 Written grant 


eagles 


Persian 




ACROSS 

1 Flat- 
bottomed 
boat 
5 Peruvian 

nwuntains 
10 Come to an 

end 
ISSkilitt 

19 Sheltered 
inlet 

20 River in 
France 

21 CamplovKn 
events 

22 French 
weapon 

23 Shake- 
speare's 
fairy play 

27 Humor 
magazine 

28 Word in 
Latin I 

29 Man or Wight 

30 Spokes da 
wheel 

31 Can to — 
(remember) 

32 One recehr- 
Ingagift 

34 Actress 
Sakjnga of 
Broadway 

36 Aardvark's 
morsel 

37 Envekipe 
paper, often 

40 Comedian 
Soupy 

41 Cradle's 
perch? 

43 Singer/actor 
Ed 

44 Thompson, 
of TV and 

15" 



films 

45 WiM ox ol 

India 

46 Lang a pulpit 
50 Fanciful film 

ghost story 
55 Actor's quest 
58 Rank of king 

or queen 

57 ArWn and 
AMa 

58 Japanese 
and English 

59 Ham or team 
toHower 

60 Neglects 

61 He wrote 
"Tristram 
Shandy- 

62 Eats snacks 
65-— for 

Success- 

66 Stood one's 
ground 

67 HuniKxous 
film ghost 

68 Come up 

69 Woe is met 

70 Bridal 
destination 

71 It's needed 
by the 
accused 

72 Small 
bundles 

76 Cry heard in 
a speak- 
easy? 

77 Fanciful tale 
of adventure 

81 Story starter 
82Wrinen 
catchall 

83 Baked dishes 

84 Arrow poison 

85 -Who's — 

i 



Now?- (oW 

song) 
87 The Ikad and 

the Odyssey 
89 Withdraw 
91 High, in 

music 

94 Attention - 
getter 

95 Common 
European 
shad 

96 Fnit dessert 

97 Turttish 
palace 

99 Paper 
fastener 

100 River islands 

101 Ugly oM 
crone 

104 Fanciful tale 
from Aesop 

110 OU Norse 
poem 

111 —Maria 
Ftemarque 

112Waklikaa 
crab 

113 Genus of 
dolphin-like 
creatures 

114 Feed bag 
morsels 

115 Skin disorder 

116 Genus ol 
geese 

117 Peter or Ivan 
DOWN 

1 Cheat or 
swindle 

2 Unconscious 
state 

3 Roman poet 

4 Said -I do- 

5 Female 
grad 



6Desen 
wanderer 

7 Becomes 
obscure 

8 Before 

9 Sun. talk 

10 Turning 
points 

11 Bird of prey 

12 Dull pain 

13 Matched 
group 

14 Dangerous 
curve 

15 0'Hara 
plantatk>n 

16 Netherlands 
city 

17 With force 

18 Send in 
payment 

24 Put out to 
sea 

25 Baseball 
team 

26 Boring 
siluatk>n: 
slang 

31 -Play — for 
Me- (1971 
movie) 

32 Pan of a 
pedestal 
base 

33 King of 
Nonway 

34 Jourdan or 
Calhern 

35 River In 
France 

37 Tourist's 
need 

38 God of love 

39 Pianist Pater 

40 Minor 
woodland 



deity 

41 Wedding 
notKes 

42 Fanciful ti.m 
rabbit 

44 Locations 

45 Porch pests 

47 Watered silk 

48 Mixture 

49 Platinum 
wire kxp 

51 Serving of 
bacon 

52 Adjust to fit 

53 King of 
Scotland 

54 Beethoven's 
■FOr — - 

58 Lake source 
ofthe 
Mississippi 

60 Afncan 
pygmy 
antek>pe 

61 Baatle Ringo 

62 The "man 
without a 
country" 

63 Word before 
nerve or disk 

64 Highest- 
ranking suit 
at cards 

65 Dental 
instrument 

66 Venetian- 
blind pans 

67 Source of poi 

68 Lessen or 
alleviate 

69 Church 
parts 

71 Cowtioy 
singer Gene 

73 Put out 

74 Smooth 



consonant 
75 Winter 
vehicle 

77 Actor 
Richard 

78 Slender 
finials 

79 Houston 
campus 

80 Understand 

86 The 
Buckeye 
Slate 

87 Actor — 
Cook Jr. 

88 Literary 
Alexander 

89 Newscaster 
Dan 

90 Gaelic 

91 NL player 

92 Hawaiian 
tree 

93 River in 
England 

95 Sha wan- 
dered in 
Wonderland 

96 Name 

98 Sweet, pulpy 
fnjit 

99 Make up, or 
devise 

100 Says further 

101 — Christian 
Andersen 

102 Diva's tone 

103 Equipment 

105 On pension: 
abbr 

106 Dent or pod 
lead-in 

107 Neat — pin 
106 Author Anais 
109 Broadway 

success 




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brunsujjch mining 
smelting and fertilizer 

CLUB CORNER 



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(Contlnued rrom page 8B) 

4. Mrs. B. Shirley 23.43 

5. Mrs. P. Maher 20.03 

6. Mrs. T. Butler 18.71 

7. A. Martin 18.69 

8. Mrs. J. Martin 18.26 

9. Mrs. L. Chiasson 17.99 

10. R. Keswick 16.44 

11. Mrs. J. Poirier 16.24 

12. Mrs. N. Keswick 16.16 

13. Mrs. J. Losierl3.43 

Winners from Dec. 17 play at the 
Kinsmen Centre: NS 
1st. Dr. E. Eddie-Mrs. D. Roszek 
2nd. Mrs. B. Shirley-Boyd Hudson 
3rd, Mr. & Mrs. A. Martin 
EW 

Isu Mrs. P. Maher-Mrs. A. Doucet 
2nd. Mr. aixl Mrs. R. Losier 
3rd. Mrs. E. Young-Mrs. S. Bertin 
For partners call 546-3406 or 546-5332 
Play resumed Jan. 7. 

Winners from Dec. 10 play at the 
Kinsmen Centre: 
NS 

1st. Mrs. B. Shirley-Boyd Hudson 
2nd, Mrs. D. Roszek-Dr. E. Eddie 
3rd. R. Baker P. Wait 
EW 

Isi, Mrs. P. Mahcr-Mrs. T. Butler 
2r»d. Mrs. S. Bertin-Mrs. E. Young 
3rd. Mrs. M. Ruddock-Mrs. M. Rogers 
4th. Mrs. S. Burns-H. Bouma 
For partners call 546-3406 or 546-6726 

Nepbigull Bridge 

At the Villa Chaleur on Dec. 16: 
1st, Mrs. S. Burns-Mrs. G. Stairs 
2nd. Mrs. P. Maher-Mrs. R. Comeau 
3rd, Mrs. M. Ruddock Mrs. H. MacKay 
4th. Mrs. M. Aube-Mrs. T, Butler 
5th, Mrs. E. Young-Mrs. B. Frenette 
6lh, Mrs. G. Lenihan-Mrs. S. Bertin 
7th, Mrs. L. Willis-Mrs. L. Chiasson 

The annual Christmas Party was held 
with the club championships, and it was a 
great success under conveners Barbara 
Dodge and Edith Young. 

Congratulations to Mrs. Dorothy Ros- 
zek and Mrs. Lauretta Wedge who cap- 
tured first place trophy. 2nd, Marg 
Ruddock-Hazel MacDougall; 3rd, Hilda 
MacRay-Barbara Dodge 

Above average Aline Doucet-Bert 
Shirley 

Irma Doucet-Jean Eddy 
Mae Aube-Therese Butler 
Beuy Freneite-Edith Young 
Helen Boyle-Marg McCulloch 

Information and partnership 546-4686 
or 546^340. 
Janeville UCW 

The Janeville unit of the United 
Church Women held its monthly meeting 
at the home of Mrs. Pearl Daley on Nov. 
30. This was the Christmas meeting and 
the worship service had Hope as its 
theme. 

Roll call was answered by 12 mem- 




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Btilletin 
Board , 

Editor's note: if your group 
or organization has an upcom- 
ing activity, this Is the place to 
let people know atKxit it. Please 
note however, that hems for 
this column should be brought 
in no later than Friday at 5 p.m., 
to help ensure pubiicatlon the 
following week. 

TODAY 

-Public health nurses will hold a well- 
child clinic at the Department of Health 
and Community Services. 165 St. An- 
drew St., today from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. and 
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.. as well as on Jan. 
14, 19 ajxi 20. One parent must be present 
for the child to have his or her immuniza- 
tion. Appointments should be made one 
month in advance by calling 547-2702. 
UPCOMING 

-The Soci6t< rdgionale N^isiguit will 
host a classical concert Jan. 20 at Ecole 
Secondaire Nepisiguit at 8 p.m. Ludmila 
Knezkova-Hussey, a Bathurst pianist, 
will perform a popular classical repoer- 
toire. For information, call 548-4338. 
"United Commercial Travelers, Bathurst 
Council 827, will hold its Hfth annual pig 
roast at the Gowan Brae Golf and 
Country Club Jan. 23 (that's a Saturday) 
at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Tickets 
are available from Mike at 548-2396 or 
Gerald at 546-2529 or 546-4491. 
-The Canadian Mental Health Associa- 
tion, Nepisiguit branch, will hold it 
general annual meeting on Jan. 25 at the 
municipal building in Beresford at 7 p.m. 
Everyone is welcome to attend. 



LEN ROY TOURS 

— 1993 SCHEDULE — 



NASHVILLE: April 4 to 16/93 
13 days includes: Grand Ote Oprey, 
Oprey Land, Graceland Rivor Boat 
Cfuiso, othors 

$796.00 



FLORIDA March 19 • April 2/93 

15 days indodes: 8 days In florida, 
Disney World, Soa World, Univer- 
sal Studio a ottiers 
$898.00 



COUNTRY 8 WESTERN 

TOUR: April 22 to May 7/93 

18 days Includes Wheeling, 3 days 

In Branson, 3 days In Nashville, 2 

nights In Dollywood A others 

t99S.OO 



Depart from Dalhouato 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 

LEN ROY 

Moncton, N B 

(506) 384-6702 or 856-7886 



bers. The business portion was called to 
order by President Sandra Ward. Minutes 
of the previous meeting were read by 
secretary Jean Ellis, treasurer Lois Martin 
gave the Financial report and collected 
dues owed. A donation was given to the 
Church's Memorial Fund. As this was the 
annual meeting, the nominating commit- 
tee appointed a slate of officers. 

Boxes of treats were packed for distri- 
bution to the sick and shut-ins. 

The February meeting is scheduled for 
Feb. 12 at the home of Mrs. Hazel Caie. 
UCW Geiwral Unit 

The general unit of the United Church 
Women, Central United Church was held 
Dec. 8. The meeting was called to order 
by the President Charlene Daley. 

Minutes of the previous meeting were 
read by secretary Fern Wiseman. The 
treasurer, Mrs. Elva Dempsey, gave the 
Hnancial report. Business arising from 
the reports was discussed. 

Yearly reports were given by commit- 
tee members, and a new slate of officers 
were presented, voted on and installed by 



Rev. LX>nald MacLXinald. 

The worship committee had as its 
theme. Weave us together in Hope and 
was held in the church sanctuary. 

The Stonehaven unit served a lunch. 
Uloucester lODK 

The Gloucester chapter lODE held its 
monthly meeting at the home of Sharon 
McKinnon. 

It was recommended the chapter dues 
be increased and a letter be sent to notify 
each member. 

An executive meeting was slated for 
Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. at the home of Regent 
Emma MacKay. All executive members 
were asked to attend with their yearly 
reports completed. 

Joan Smith volunteered to co-convene 
the Founders' Day activity with a mem- 
ber of Nicolas I)enys chapter. 

Susan Kulesza spoke on Bathurst Ju- 
nior Achievement Inc. and it was decided 
to make a donation. 

The meeting adjoumed and lunch was 
served by Sharon McKinnon and June 
Coldwell. 




Jennifer Wylie 



James Wylie 



Brother and sister graduate 

Len and Susan Wylie of Baihurst were proud lo attend the graduation 
ceremonies of two of their children last spring. James Richard Wylie received 
a bachelor of arts degree with a double honors major in political sciccc and 
mass communications at the spring convocation ceremonies at Carleton 
University in Ottawa, Ont. James, a 1986 Bathurst High School graduate, is 
presently employed as an information officer in the executive correspondence 
unit of tlic Privy Council Office in Ottawa. Jennifer Susan Wylie received a 
bachelor of arts degree with a major in music at the spring convocation 
ceremonies at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S. Jennifer, a 1988 BHS 
graduate, is presently continuing her studies at the University of New 
Brunswick, and is also conducting private music lessons in the Frcdericton 
area. 



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Self-discipline essential 
when packing for trip 



Travel Today 

By VINCENT EGAN 

Travel columnist 

Thomson N«w* S«rvlc« 



Travellers often fail to realize how 
dependent they are on their luggage, 
until the trip has begun. By then, it's 
loo lale for changes. 

This is a good time to make a New 
Year's resolution to place function 
ahead of form when you travel in 
1993. Determine nol to try to impress 
hotel porters with expensive, "desig- 
ner" bags, and think instead about 
how often — an average of 10 limes 
— your bag will be handled (or 
manhandled) on a typical flight. 




In The Kitchen 

Student's 
Mexican dish 



In the kitchen this week is Dale 
Coffin, son of Linda Coffin, 
owner of Coffin Office Supply. 

A 1987 graduate of Bathurst 
High School, 
Dale is currently 
completing his 
master's degree 
in college student 
personnel. He at- 
tends Wcslcm Il- 
linois University 
in Macomb, III. 
on a full assis- 
tanlship. 

Dale's recipe is for fajiias (pro- 
nounced fa-HEE-iahs), a Mexican 
soft lortilla sandwich which is 
tasty, healthy and easy to prepare. 
It is very popular in large Cana- 
dian cities, and south of the Bor- 
der. (Fast-food buffs will remem- 
ber a version sold by 
McDonald's.) 

Fajitas 

2 lb. boneless, skinless chicken 
breasts 

2 lb. sirloin beef 

2 green peppers 

1 Spanish onion 

2 ripe tomatoes 

2 MexiCasa Fajita Kits 

Sour cream 

Salsa 



Slice the chicken and beef into 
1" wide strips and set aside. Slice 
the green pepper and onion into 
long, narrow strips and also set 
aside. Cut the tomatoes into small 
wedges. Place meat in an electric 
frying pan. Add MexiCasa fajita 
spices as directed on box. Cook 
strips until done, then add green 
pepper and onions. Stir quickly 
until vegetables are warmed but 
nol soggy. 

Warm tortilla shells as directed 
on MexiCasa box. To serve, peo- 
ple should put a tortilla shell on 
their plate, spread with sour cream 
and salsa, add some meat and 
vegetable mixture, add some to- 
mato, roll like a donair and eat. 

MONTHLY CAKE DRAW 

You can win a delicious 
cake from Jamieson's Sf.ve- 
Easy, Place Bathurst Mall. 

To enter, submit a recipe to 
In The Kitchen, c/o The 
Northern Light. P.O. Box 416, 
Bathurst, E2A-3Z3, along 
with your name, telephone 
number and photo. 

January's winner is Joan 
Pettigrew. 



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A hard bag, with rigid frame and 
rigid sides, will best protect the 
contents, and be more likely to 
survive the inevitable abuse. The 
disadvantage is that it is heavy, even 
before it is packed. 

Many heavy bags come equipped 
with two built-in wheels and a pull- 
strap or retracing handle. Unless the 
wheels are also retractable, however, 
they could break off from rough 
handling. 

Soft-sided bags, often made with 
an aluminum frame, are made in a 
wide variety of materials, from vinyl 
to leather. They are flexible in their 
capacity, relatively light, but more 
vulnerable to cuts and tears. 

Soft bags, with no supporting 
frame, are lightest, usually the least 
expensive and probably the least 
durable. 

PACK LIGHTLY 

Whatever your choice, the first 
rule is to pack lightly — a dictum 
that's easier to say then to carry out. 

If you take only what you know 
you will need — this is the Age of 
Drip-Dry, remember — you will 
congratulate yourself on those occa- 
sions whne no porter is available and 
you are on your own. 

Set vanity aside as much as you 
can. and winnow out your dressiest 
clothes. Pack at least one pair of 
comfortable walking shoes. 

An over-packed suitcase could 
spring it s latches if handled roughly. 
On the other hand, too much empty 
space could allow the contents to 
shift around. 

Obviously, breakable items should 
never be packed in a suitcase — 
which is also the wrong place for 
uniquely important itmes. Your 
shoulder bag, purse or pocket is safer 
for glasses, camera, liquids, tickets, 
passport, cash and so on. 

Carry your itinerary, but affix a 
copy of it to the inner lining of your 
luggage. If the bag goes astray, the air 
hne or other carrier might open it, and 
use the information on the itenerary 
to deliver it to your vacation hotel. 

BAGS LOOTED 

One of the unpleasant facts about 
travel is that most bags can be 
unlocked with relative ease, siiKe 
their locks are deisgned primarily to 
prevent the bag from opening 
accidentlly. 

Recent news reports have show 
that there are baggage-hndlers at 
several major U.S. airports who arc 
adept at opening locked suitcases, 
pilfering valuables, then relocking 
them and sending them on their way. 

When 16 baggage-handlers in Chi- 
cago were found to be doing this, it 
was discovered that eight of them had 
police records. 

You can reduce the risk by not 
using'expensive luggage on any trip 
where it is necessary to check it; by 
choosing luggage with a combination 
lock (you select your own members); 
and — best of all — by packing 
lightly enough that you can fit every- 
thing you need into a carry-on bag. 
That takes plenty of self-discipline, 
but it's worth it. 



• The human mind Is full of curiosity 
but it don't tove to b« taught. 

—Josh Billings 




Preserving the myth 
of the Perfect Woman 



Bathurst High School students smoking during an afternoon break on 
Monday. 

(NorthMii Ugtil Photo) 

Teenage girls 
lighting up 
more than boys 

Non-Smoking Week targets 
adolescent females, Jan. 18 to 24 



National Non-Smoking Week is 
from Jan. 18 (that's next Monday) to 
Jan. 24, with Weedless Wednesday 
falling on Jan. 20. 

A recent Statistics Canada survey 
confirms smoking among adolescent 
females is a growing concern. In 
1 99 1 , 20 per cent of teenage women, 
aged IS to 19, were regular snrakers 
as compared with 12 per cent of 
males in the same age group. With 
these statistics in mind, and in keep- 
ing with our goal of a Smokc-Frce 
Class of 20(X), kids who are now 
10-years-old and in Grade S, Non- 
Smoking Week's theme for 1993 
Young Girls and Smoking: It's Not A 
Pretty Picture. 

Tobacco use is a deadly addiction 
and young smokers pay with their 
most valuable resource — their 
health. The start of smoking behavior 
is heavily influenced by social pres- 
sure and psychological needs. The 
advertising and promotion of to- 
bacco, using themes of sexual attrac- 
tiveness and freedom, is particularly 
effective on teenage girls. 

The problem is real: most smokers 
in Canada start before the age of 18 as 
children, who arc initiated into to- 
bacco addiction, on average, at age 
12. 

Eighteen is the minimum legal age 
for sales of tobacco products to 
minors in Ontario, New Brunswick, 
Manitoba and Prince Edward Island 
under provincial legislation. On Dec. 
4, the New Brunswick legislature 
approved an action plan, called 
Healthy Public Policy on Tobacco, 
which will make sales of tobacco to 
young people under the age of 19 a 



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punishable offence. 

Overall, tobacco use in Canada is 
declining; however, recent (1991) 
figures released by Stats Canada 
indicate that the decrease in smoking 
rates is greater for adolescent males 
than for adolescent females aged 15 
to 19. 

The future starts now; you can help 
make a difference, using the follow- 
ing tips as a guideline. 

1. Make your home a tobacco- free 
space. 

2. Be a positive role model; consis- 
lenUy present non-smoking as a 
norm. 

3. Never send children to purchase 
tobacco. 

4. Patronize tobacco-free 
businesses. 

5. Discuss addiction and the reali- 
ties of tobacco use with the young 
people in your life. 

6. Support advocacy efforts to 
reduce tobacco use in Canada. 

For more information, please con- 
tact your local Public Health office at 
547-2062. 

Written by Monique M. Le- 
Blanc, a Public Health nurse in 
Bathurst. 



Many feminists and media anal- 
ysts have long said women's maga- 
zines — in particular the advertise- 
ments featured on those glossy pages 
— perpetuate an inaccurate and un- 
realistic cultural ideal of the Perfect 
Woman. 

She is young, Caucasian, wealthy, 
fashionable, thin, beautiful, blonde, 
successful, happy or sexy (depending 
on the circumstance.'), and is always 
hotly pursued by chiseled, gorgeous 
men. 

It is obvious this is an accurate 
assessment, after Hipping through the 
pages of any of the popular women's 
magazines, like Cosmopolitan, Gla 
mour or Vogue. 

Certainly, the image is starting to 
change with brunette supermodel 
Cindy Crawford and black super- 
model Naomi Campbell, but it is only 
the lint of the packaging: the package 
is still the same. 

Even the magazines geared at 
older women, such as Chatelaine and 
Family Circle perpetuate another 
cultural icon: the modem-day June 
Cleaver, with a perfect career, family 
and home. 

So why do we buy these maga- 
zines, if they help perpetuate these 
harmful cultural ideals that many 
women still strive to attain, and 
inevitably fail? 

I admit that I myself am a women's 
magazine junkie. I consider myself to 
be an intelligent woman with a 
budding career, a steady love interest, 
and aspirations to get married, have a 
family and "have it all" someday. 
Yet, I also firmly believe in equality 
between the sexes, and consider 
myself a feminist. 

The paradox remains: 1, and mil- 
lions of other women like tnc, buy 
magazines which tell us how to be 
beautiful, stay young, lose weight, 
attract a man, and cook a perfect 




Speaking 
Of Women 

By JANICE R. 
AMOUR 



five-course meal in under 30 mi- 
nutes. ..the list goes on. 

Is it the fantasy of these images 
that appeal to us? Do the photos and 
articles function as a form of brain 
candy, or do we really think we can 
become the woman on the magazine 
cover? 

It is difficult to say what the appeal 
is. Still, the fact is that I, and other 
women, are in many ways hurting our 
own best interests by buying these 
magazines. We help perpetuate the 
beauty/perfect woman myth. 

PART OF CULTURE 

But by simply stopping to buy 
these magazines will not change 
something that has become so imbed- 
ded in Western culture. You can see it 
on television, in the movies, on 
billboards and in music videos: it is 
part of our daily lives 

We need to work logeiher as 
consumers to pressure advertisers to 
change this image. As women, we 
make up more than 60 per cent of the 
consumer market because we do 
most of the household buying, from 
groceries and cleaning supplies to 
furniture and clothes. 

That means we have the power to 
pressure the manufacturers and ad- 
vertising firms. In my next column, I 
discuss why we should go about this, 
and how we can do it 

Janice R. Amour is a reporter 
with The Northern Light. 




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2C-Thc Northern Light, Wed.. Jan. 13. 1993 

Visitors during holidays 
were from near and far 




Downshore 
Breezes 

By SANDRA HORMBROOK 



Sherry Lynn Silver has returned lo 
Truro, N.S. following a holiday spent 
with her parents, Douglas and Velma 
Silver, and brother Mark of Canobie. 

David Rector. Ottawa, visited rela- 
tives and friends in the Bathurst area 
during the holiday season. 

Joe Eddy. Moncton, visited his 
parents, Duncan and Mildred Eddy, 
and family in Clifton during the 
holiday season. 

Holiday guests of Palmer and Elva 
Dempsey were their daughter, Karen 
Dempsey of Okanagan Valley, B.C.; 
Royd Dempsey of Frcdericton, and 
Blake Dempsey of Moncton. 

Shirley Scotl, Saint John, visited 
her parents. Roy and Patsy Scott of 
Janeville. during the festive season. 

Roy and Donna Smith of Thom 
Hill, OnL. celebrated Christmas at 
their vacation home in New Bandon. 

Benson Dempsey, Stonehaven, 
spent Chrisunas with family mem- 
bers on Prince Edward Island. 

Harry and Rowena Sullivan and 
daughter Jodie spent Christmas with 
their daughters Janet of Ottawa; and 
Dana of Guelph. Ont This trip was 
cxu^ special as they "met" their 



Prophets 
were critical 

Help For Today 

By m«int>*r« ol th« 
Balhurti MInlslarlal AMoclallon. 



There has been much theological 
argument over the function of the 
prophet, as set out in Holy Scripture. 

With a little research, we learn that 
there is general agreement among 
Christians (hat the prophet is re- 
garded as a predictor of the future, 
whose words pointed to the coming 
of Jesus, and to the fuuire course at 
world history. The prophet spoke for 
God. to a world where — there may 
have been a wide audience — but an 
audience, who perhaps were reluc- 
tant to listen, if God's message was in 
disagreement with theirs. 

The prophet understood that the 
people of Israel had a special rela- 
tionship with God, and the obligation 
of that relationship were set out in 
various covenants or agreements i.e. 
the Ten Commandments. It was 
when these obligations were not met 
that the prophet warned the people of 
the punishment due them, when they 
chose to rebel against God. 

The prophet was particularly criti- 
cal on topics involving ethical beha- 
viour, social justice, the worship of 
other gods, and religious abuses. 

The prophet may not have the 
respected position as he once had; but 
the prophetic concern for God's 
people, and their rebellion against 
God continues. We need only to 
listen to the media reports. 

The blessing of a new year is with 
us; and in thanksgiving we pause to 
give thanks for another opportunity 
to renew our relationship with God. 
The fulfilled prophecy of Christ's 
arrival is the realty of God's final 
word to us, of hope and promise. 

No matter what we have done in 
the past, God's love remains constant 
— so we know that a better future 
depends on our returning that love to 
God and to one another. 

Written by the Rev. Claude 
Miller, rector of St. George's An- 
glican Church. 




Scholarship 

Nancy Morrison, daughter of Ar- 
thur and Kay Morrison of Janeville, 
was the recent recipient of a S.300 
scholarship from the l-adics Orange 
Benevolent Associalnui ol Now 
Brunswick. Nancy is a liisi \oar 
student at University of New Bruns 
wick in Frcdericton, studying tow- 
ards a bachelor of science degree. 
She graduated from Bathurst High 
School in 1992. 



infant grandson, Zachary Alexander, 
bom iusl days prior to their arrival. 

BelainJ anniversary wishes are 
eniendcd by Mrs. Nola Joumeau of 
Shippagan to the following couples: 
Ron and Betty Thomas of Whitby, 
Cm.; Al and Vema Gagnon. also of 
Whitby; Laurie and Eula Adamson. 
Little Britain, OnL; and Lyman and 
Rosaline Viben. Miscou. 

Stewart and Ruby Lewis of Gran- 
ville Ferry, N.S. spent the Chrisunas 
holidays with the iatler's sister, Mrs. 
Marguerite Morrison of Bathurst, 
and were visited there by family 
members from the Bathurst and 
Downshore area. 

Heidi DeLucry, Saint John, visited 
her parents Sherwood and Sandra 
Homibrook of Stonehaven during die 
holiday season. 

HOME AFTER SURGERY 

Mrs. Anna Knowles has returned 
home following recent hip lepUce- 
meni surgery in Moncton. 

Mrs. Winnie Baldwin. Hamilton, 
Ont., recendy visited her sisters, Mn. 
Marjorie Good, Janeville and Mn. 
Vivian Sealy. Canobie. 

Janet Scou of Woodstock visited 
her parents, David and Mary Scou of 
Stonehaven, as well as her grand- 
mother, Mn. Margaret Scott. 

Ginlon and Laurie Conrad have 
relumed to Nackawic, folk>wing a 
Christinas visit with the Iatler's pa- 
rents, Harold and Edith Payne, 
Stonehaven, as well as other family 
memben in the Downshore and 
Bathurst area. 

Janet Jagoe of Sussex spent the 
Yuletide holidays visiting her 
mother, Mn. Brenda Jogoe, Stoneha- 
ven as well u other family nwrnbers 
in the region. 

Got any social and personal 
news FroM the Downshore area? 
Call Sandra at 546-2832. 



Birthday Corner 

is your youngsUr having a birthday? Bring a snapshol 
Into Birthday Corner and we'll telle veryone ! Please ha *e 
your photos im by Friday at 5 p.m. 





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The Nml Step. 



Etes-vous ag6 entre 15 et 24 
ans? 

D6sirez-vous un avenir meil- 
leur? 

Avez-vous compldt^ une 
126me annde ne sachant tou- 
jours pas quelle carridre choi- 
sir? 

Avez-vous besoin de jaser avec 
quelqu'un? 

Avez-vous quittd I'dcole? 



Aimeriez-vous retourner aux 
6tudes? 



Si vous d^sirez de I'information 
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travail, le Centre Accds peut 
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urst. Nous sommes ouvert du 
lundi au vendredi de 8 h 30 ^ 1 6 
h 30. 

kcc^s est une initiative de la 
Strat6gie-jeunesse Canada / 
Nouveau-Brunswick 



Are you between the age of 1 5 
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Have you completed a Grade 
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making a career choice? 



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Making a financial plan: 
the simpler it is, the better 



Have you done your 1993 budget? 
Do you need one and why? 

Governments present their budget 
on a regular basis and most compa- 
nies have a yearly budget. Up to now, 
a lot of companies were not treating 
their budget too seriously: they 
would look at their actual costs, add a 
fixed percenuge and this new 
amount would become the new 
budget for the coming year. 

But now, in these hard economic 
times, a budget is more critical on 
how a company or government will 
operate. Now budgets have become 
roadmaps, telling a company if they 
are making a proHts or losses and 
highlighting which areas should be 
changed. 

If a budget is too complicated, with 
no clear focus, you don't even know 
if you're proHtable or not. (Just look 
at the federal budget and its unpre- 
dictable deflciL) 

For a personal investor, I don't like 
the word budget: it doesn't describe 
what most individuals need. I prefer 
the words, nnancial plan. 

Financial planning is essentially 
the proper handling of income and 
cash to meet your goals. A flnaiKial 
plan should be "one-page simple" 




Money 
Talk 



By DENIS BASQUE' 



and generally should not iiKlude a 
monUJIy or weekly budget Concen- 
trate instead of the big picture. 

A Financial plan should contain 
three simple parts: 

1. Cak;ulate your net worth by 
listing in one column all your a:>sets: 
savings, RRSPs, home, stocks, 
bonds, properties, mutual flnds etc. In 
another column, list all your liabili- 
ties: mortgages, credit cards, loans 
etc. By subtracting the liabilities 
from the value of your assets, you 
will have your net worth. By follow- 
ing the value of your net worth for a 
few yean, you will be able to see if 
you are on the right track in meeting 
your Financial ^oals. 

2. Clearly highlight where you 
want to be in the short term (one year) 
and the longer term (three to five 
years). Write down your goals and 



needs for these periods. 

3. This section contains the list of 
actions required to achieve your 
goals in step two. Most people have 
no difficulty with parts one or two of 
their financial plan, but pan three can 
be moie difficult unless you know 
some of the strategies. If you are at 
ease with the investment products 
available, you can do it yourself or 
Fmd someone you mist in helping you 
desig an investment plan. 

As you can see, your Financial plan 
doesn't have to be complicated — the 
simpler, the better. It doesn't have to 
be complex in order to be useful. 

Your main goal should be to retire 
at the same level of income as you 
enjoyed during your peak earning 
years. It's not going to happen by 
accident or by magic. It's going lo 
happen because you make it happen 
through a simple but a deliberate long 
term plan. 

It's going to happen over a period 
of time because you have not only 
learned what needs to be done, but 
because you have done what needs to 
be done. 

D«nis Basque is a financial plan- 
ner with Midland Walwyn in 
Bathurst. 



The economic crunch hasn't hit yet — 
but here are some signs to watch for 



Your Business 



By DtANNE MAL£Y 

BusUmm Analyst 

Thomaon N««m S«rvlc« 



As the New Year begin, it is useful 
to reflect that the Great Depression of 
the 1990s is not upon us. The North 
American economy is not shrinking, 
although many people are feeling 
profoundly depressed. 

It is useful to know this because 
economic catastrophe may come be- 
fore the decade is over. We still have 
time to prepare. How? 

By paying off the mortgage or 
Fmding a cheaper apartment to rent, 
not borrowing, buying only what is 
necessary, saving money, investing 
those savings prudently and becom- 
ing accustomed to having less. Think 
of it as economic survivalism (al- 
though there is no need to stockpile 
food and arms in underground 
bunken). 

The word depression is on every- 
one's lips these days, but in fact the 
collapse has been contained. The 
theory of contained depression is 
behind the U.S. government's plans 
to spend money on education and 
infrastructure; such things as roads, 
bridges and sewers. With luck, the 
spending will kick in Just about the 
Ume the worid economy is sliding off 
the cliff 

When might that be? It could 
happen in 1994 or 1995 or later. It 
may not happen at all. It's not at all 
clear if it does come whether it will be 
inflationary, deflationary or both — 
one after the other. So it will be 
difFicult to make money anticipating 



rising and falling prices. 

Still, it's useful to ponder what the 
folks over at Friedberg Commodity 
Management Inc. have to say about 
currencies, interest rales and com- 
modities. The Friedberg people arc 
often a bit ahead of themselves, being 
on the vanguard of Financial forecast- 
ing. But Uiey have a good uack 
record. 

Here's what they see over the next 
while: 

1. A diving dollar, driven down by 
rising taxes and capital flight firom 
Canada. Foreign investon hold a 
substantial proportion of Canada's 
debt, making Ottawa hostage to 
worid capital markets. The way 
things are going, the national debt 
(what we oew) could hit 100 per cent 
of gorss domestic product (wltat we 
produce) by 1996, according to the 
Firm's newsletter, Friedbcrg's Com- 
nKxiity and Currency Comments. 
Unless they are checked, debt and 
interest payments as a proportion of 
GDP could rise without limit. 

2. Double-digit interest rates in the 
United Suics by late 1993 or early 
1994. Canadian rates presumably 
woukl be even higher. The reason is 
that loan demand in the United States 
is pKking up, the Fum notes, "The 
so-called credit crunch is over." 

3. Inflation, fuelled by rebounding 
loan demand, renewed growth and 
rising government financing needs. 
"The potential for a future explosion 
in inflation becomes ever more real." 

SOME GOOD NEWS 

4. Soaring British stock prices. 
Lower interest rates in Britain, com- 
bined with rising productivity and 
corporate cash flow, will fuel a rise in 
stock proces. Stock yields of six per 



cent "easily exceed real returns avail- 
able" on government bonds, for ex- 
ample. "We remain very bullish on 
the FSTE 100," the British stock 
price index. 

5. Weak oil prices. 

6. An imminent top in U.S. stock 
prices, with a possible selling off 
during the First week of January. 

Where, in all this, is there room for 
depression? It would follow the 
double-digit interest rates the frim is 
forecasting for late 1993 or early 
1994 and the attendant runaway 
inflation. The boom would end in ^ 
resounding bust — the Big One. 

But so far, this is not it 



Nominations are sought 



Do you know anyone in the Cha- 
leur region who has worked to 
achieve gender equity in the kKal 
school system? 

Education Minister Paul DufFie's 
Advisory Commuice on Women's 
Issues in Education wants to hear 
about such individuals. Nominations 
arc now being sought for the annual 
Gender Equity in Education Awards . 



Eligible are those individuals who 
have been employed and/or have hcW 
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Welder Michel Vienncau, of GO Fab Inc. in Bcrcsford, was working last week on a 300-foot communications 
lower. The project is part of an order for an out-of-province cellular telephone company. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

Cellular phone boom 
helped Beresford firm 

GD Fab Inc. is one of a kind in Atlantic Canada 



Who would think a simple cellular 
phone could help create 21 new jobs 
in Beresford? 

But that is the case for GD Fab 
Inc., a new communication tower 
manufacturing plant which builds 
and assembles high steel towers used 
for various communication signals. 

"The boom in cellular phone use, 
and the demand for installation of 
new towers, has really contributed lo 
our growth, and it is just the tip of the 
iceberg for us," said Mark Dempsey, 
controller and business manager. 

GD Fab Inc. ofFicially opened for 
business on June 1, 1992, and is the 
only one of its kind in Atlantic 
Canada. It is a subsidiary of High- 
Haute Installations, a Beresford- 



based high-tower installation com- 
pany, which has been open sirKC 
1988. The two companies arc located 
in the Bcrcsford industrial park, and 
are co-owned by Beresford residents 
Douglas Hughes and Gerard Cool. 

"High-Hauie used to import the 
steel towers from the United States, 
and then install them in Eastern 
Canada, but now we can build and 
install our own towers," said Mr. 
Dempsey. "In fact, the company's 
co-owners have so much expertise 
working on cxu-cmely high towers, 
we were asked to go down to Atlanta, 
Georgia last year to reconstruct a 
tower for a prirKcly sum." 

The two companies have 41 em- 



ployees in total, including three em- 
ployees which work out of a satellite 
ofFicc in Montreal, where installation 
orders are taken and marketing and 
drafting are done. The company has 
held contracts all across Eastern 
Canada, and throughout the 
Maritimcs. 

"We arc currently bidding on a 
contract in Newfoundland to retrofit 
and reinforce the highest structure in 
the province, which is about 1,300 
feet tall." 

If GD Fab Inc. continues to experi- 
ence the success it has had in the past 
few months, it is certain towers will 
not be the only thing that soars for the 
owners — so will their profits. 



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Classical music concert 
features acclaimed pianist 



An evening of classi- 
cal music awaits Bath- 
urst concert-goers Jan. 
20. 

Ludmila Knezkova- 
Hussey will perform her 
first solo concert in the 
Chaleur region at 8 p.m. 
at L'Ecole Secondairc 
Nepisiguit 

Ludmilla is a noted 
pianist who now lives in 
Bathurst. She studied at 
the prestigious Moscow 
Music School, and at- 



tended the Tchaikovsky 
Conservatory, where so 
many world-famous 
Russian pianists have 
studied. 

Upon her graduation 
from there in 1980, her 
professor, Rudolph 
Kerr, said "Ludmila 
Knezkova has shown 
herself as a gifted pian- 
ist with excellent vir- 
tuosity. Her recitals are 
always rich in contest, 
deeply thought out, and 




Ludmilla Knezkova- Hussey 



precise. 

Ludmila went on to 
win the Czcchoslova- 
kian National Piano 
Competition, and later 
earned her PhD in music 
at the Academy of 
Music in Prague. While 
living in Czechoslova- 
kia, she was a soloist 
with the West Bohe- 
mian Symphony 
Orcehstra. 

She has performed as 
a soloist in the United 
States, Germany, Italy 
and the eastern block 
countries of the former 
Soviet Union. 

She has recently per- 
formed for CBC Radio 
in Moncton. 

Although now living 
in Bathurst, Ludmila 
continues lo visit Cze- 
choslovakia and per- 
form throughout that 
country. 

She is fluent in Cze- 
choslovakian, Russian, 
Gcmian and English. 

Her concert is a pre- 
sentation of La Socidti6 
Culturclle R^gionale 
Ndpisiguit. 



Star of "Street LegaP* 
in next TNB production 



One of Canada's hot- 
test TV stars will grace 
the stage at Bathurst 
High when Theatre 
New Brunswick comes 
to town Feb. 8. 

C. David Johnson of 
"Street Legal" fame 
will play Brick in 
TNB's production of 
Tennessee Williams' 
classic drama, "Cat On 
A Hot Tin Roof." 



Johnson is no stran- 
ger to TNB audiences; 
in fact, the Fredericton- 
bascd theatre company 
is where he got his start. 
(He was a student in the 
mid-'70s at the Univer- 
sity of New Brunswick) 
He was last seen by 
Bathurst theatre-goers 
in 1985 in "Jitters," and 
had previously ap- 
peared in "Man of La 



Mancha." 

His fame has come 
with his role as criminal 
lawyer Chuck Tchoba- 
nian in "Street Legal," 
ihc Friday night CBC 
dramatic scries about a 
Toronto law firm. 

"Cat On A Hot Tin 
Roof won playwright 
Williams both the Pulit- 
zer Prize and the New 
York Drama critics' 



Circle Award for out- 
standing ploay. It looks 
"at the jangled nerves of 
a plantation family at 
elaborate odds with it- 
self," said a release. 

Co-starring with 
Johnson are Douglas 
Campbell, Rita Howell 
and Sarah Orenstcin. 
All have appeared in 
previous TNB 
productions. 



CBC Radio wants your songs! 



The 1993 CBC At- 
lantic Song Contest is 
one way CBC Radio 
producers keep up with 
new songwriters in At- 
lantic Canada. 

Through the song 
contest, pcxxlucers may 
have access to more 
than 450 original songs, 
said a release. The ex 
posure results in more 
work for a number of 
musicians and provides 
a source of talent for 
CBC radio 

progiammine. 



CBC "Mainstreet" 
shows in the Maritimes 
and "On the Go" in 
Newfoundland invite 
songwriters to enter or- 
iginal material in this 
year's contest. The 
categories of music are 
widespread, open to ev- 
erything from jazz and 
blues to country, rock 
and gospel. 

Entrants must submit 
their songs on cassette 
accompanied by a lyric 
sheet and a biography to 
the nearest CBC station. 



Judging will be based 
on three criteria; lyrics, 
melody and originality. 
The deadline is Feb. 12. 

To ensure that the 
contest is accessible to 
everyone, over produc- 
tion is discouraged. 

The grand prize is a 
CBC recording session 
and a thousand compact 
discs of the winning 
song as well as addi- 
tional material of the 
artist's choice. 

"Mainstreet", heard 
locally Monday through 



Friday at 4 p.m. on CBC 
Moncton, will play the 
top five finalists during 
the week of March 8. 
The winner will be an- 
nounced on Friday, 
March 12. 

Entry forms are 
availble at all CBC lo- 
cations in the Atlantic 
provinces. 

Entrants from the 
Chaleur region should 
write to Mainstreet 
Song Contest. CBC, 
P.O. Box 950, Moncton, 
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8:30 
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9:30 
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(FRI) 2590283 

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(MON) 2438499 

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(E GENERAL HOSPITAL (THU- 
TUE) 112M 

(E • OPRAH WINFREY 83627 
a MONTEL WILLIAMS (THU- 
TUE) 61M1 

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TURTLES 14002 

• BARNEY A FRIENDS 00002 

• LE MARCHE AUX IMAQES 
(THU. TUE-WED) 01714 

• ECONOMIE DU TRAVAIL 
(MON) 73437 

• LES QMLLES (THU) 080337 

• PASSEPORT VACANCES 
(FRI) 606030 

• UQUE CANAOKNNE OE 
HOCKEY (WEO) 610M1 

• DESKMING WOBIEN 002714 

• MOVIE (FRI) 5108073 

• COOMN' UAA. 067602 

• WALT DISNEY PRESENTS 
063101 

• CANADIAN CURLINQ 
WEEKLY (THU) 202004 

• DON CHERRY^ GRAPEV- 
NIE (FRI) 307134 

• OLD PBIB BOWUNQ (MON) 



• L-ENPANT ET L'ERE IN- 
FORMATMUE (MON) 03037 

• PAUSE MUSK^ALE (WEO) 



NUTRITIOUS 
(MON) O3083M 

• PARENTING (WED) 02104M 

2:46 

• MOVIE (WED) 18804M 

• MATHEMATICS FOR TECH- 
NOLOGY (THU. TUE) 001000M 

• BU8BKS8 AND CONSU- 
MER MATHEMATICS (MON, 
WED)8M1031« 



• GOLF DE LA PGA: REVUE 
1SS2(THU)4030M 

• HONEYMOONERS 003207 

• TOP CARD 070375 

• SCHEME OF TMNOS (FRI) 
770M1 

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(THU)300MO 

• RBBCBBE (FRI) 3603M 

• KAY^ bask: COOKING 
(TNU)00O17 

• TO BE ANNOUNCED (FRI) 



GROUND UP (WED) 15604 

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001530 

4:35 

• FUNTST0NE8 100M04 

4:46 

• MOVIE (MON. WED) 
334667M 

• NEXVS 71402 

• (B) EMPTY NEST 6366 
CE KMfl ET CUP 10670 

(E AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL 

(THU) 30706 

CE OPRAH WINFREY (FRI- 

WEO)0OOM 

QDS LIVE AT FIVE 61S3 

O SALLY JESSY RAPHAEL 

43725 

• Th RIEN DE TROP BEAU 
011200 

WHOSTHE BOSS? 66602 

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS 
CARMEN 8ANDIEQ07 752M 

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(FRI)544M 

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• GOLF (TUE) 6080M 

• PttIS ANO NEEDLES (THU, 
TUE) 00434 

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674M 

• UVNM WITH YOUR TEEN- 
AGER (MON) OOIM 

• CARTOONBM WITH YAR- 
OLEY JONES (WEO) 10310 

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• TOM A JERRY'S FUN- 
HOUSE S0070M 

4:30 

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• YOU CAITT DO THAT ON 
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• PAUSE MUSK:ALE (THU) 
101670 

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(TUE)30eOM 

• NAnONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
(WED)dli|80 

• QUEBEC EN MOT0NEK2E 
(FRI) 804012 

• LA BOXE (TUE) 2366M 

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• FOR THE LOVE OF THE 
GAME (THU) 4300M 

• DRAG RACNM (FRI) 633776 

• GOLF Bl PARADISE (TUE) 
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• DAILY RAVA 000173 

• MAGIC UBRARY (TNU) 



The Northern Light, 

FRIENDLY GIANT (THU) 242240 

• mSlOE THE PGA TOUR 
(FRI) 347370 

• SK8 TV (MON) 130044 

• CANADIAN SPORT DMEST 
(TUE) 502243 

• NFL'S GREATEST MO- 
MENTS (WEO) 000020 

■ SUCCESSFUL HOME VI- 
DEO (FRI) 47641 



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• BON VOYAGE, BUT... 
(MON) 77120 

• CONFERENCE REPORT 
(WEO)204M 

• GOLDEN GIRLS 662002 

6:36 

• BRADY BUNCH 41170M 

5:46 

• MOVIE (FRI) 272616n 



COURSES D'ACCELERA- 
HON (FRI) 670020 

HULK HOGAN (THU) 1200*2 
COJPA. (FRI-WED) 240I6O 
MOVIE (THU. TUE) 722602 
CLUB DANCE 133006 
ADVENTURES IN WON- 
DERLAND 140000 

ICANADIAN SPORTFISHING 

(TUE) 000426 

RAPCmr (THU) 160706 
COUNTDOWN (FRI) 280641 
OUTLAWS ANO HEROES 

(MKM) 013440 

UFE ON VENUS AVE. (TUE) 



• BITERME0UTE-8EMOR 
TEACHER EDUCATKM (FRI) 



SNEAK PREVCWS (WED) 
810301 

FUGITIVE 810153 
EDUCATION MATTERS 
(THU) 30337 

R-2000: THE BETTER- 
BUR.T HOUSE (FRI) 7002347 

PERFECT PET PEOPLE 
(BMN) 81001 

ISSUES IN EOUCATNM 
(TUE) 10620 

INNOVATORS IN EDUCA- 
TION (WED) 60310 
VIDEO HITS 173640 

5.-06 
JETSON8 37S16N 

5:15 
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6:30 
NEWS642M 
(SCaCNEWStSOOM 
(E TOP MOOELES 4002 
CE ALANAOU LEFUTURB8- 
PARFAIT (THU) 20714 
CE LES DEBROUILLAROS 
(FRI) 20116 

CE BETES PAS BETES (MON) 
34012 

CE LES INTREPIDES (TUE) 
M1M 

CE UVRAISON SPEOALE 
(WEO) 70000 

• FAMILY TIES 34040 

• CLUB CONNECT 042M 

• LE MAGICIEN O^Z (THU. 
MON-WED) 11870 

• OEGRASSI (PRO 70031 
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• ARCHEOLOGY FROU THE |p f„f^ TREm£aNT: THE 



THURSDAY 




lacK s t'lace" has returned to the 
ABC schedule. Hal Linden (c.) stars 
as the owner of a small but amus- 
ing bistro at which romance is of- 
ten the catch of the day. Finola 
Hughes (1.) and John Dye (r.) also 
stars as coclctail waitress Chelsea 
and bartender Greg. It airs Thurs- 
day, Jan. 14. 



SUNDAY 




^ill Shepherd stars in the ABC 
miniseries "Telling Secrets," 
which airs Sunday, Jan. 17, and 
Monday, Jan. 18. She plays Faith 
Kelsey, a woman who has the 
handy ability of charming men into 
doing her dirty work - such as mur- 
der. Ken Olin also stars as a police 
detective who investigates her. 



2 

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Detroit 


3 

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4 

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St. John 


5 

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Carleton 


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Detroit 


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11 

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Halifax 


12 
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COMMONS 


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France 


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NEWSWORLO 


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FAMILLE 


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Toronto 


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Montreal 


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4— The Northern Light, Wed., Jan. 13, 1993 



THURSDAY 




JANUARY 14. IMS 



DAYTIME MOVIES 



MO 

S * "Moment by Moment' 
(1978. Drama) John Travolta, 
Lriy Tomlin A sophisticated and 
«vealthy Soutt>am CaMomia 
housewife faNs in love wHh a 
youf>g drifter after she discov- 
ers her husbands infkMity. 
S70M2 

**Vk "Jassy" (1948. Drama) 
Margaret Lockwood. Basil Syd- 
r>ey. A Gypsy girl, gifted with 
second sight, is accused of 
murdering her husband. stOOM 

S:90 
S "Julia Has Two Lovers" 



former soldiers rallying frontier 
folk against a croolied sheriff. 



8:48 

S "Scream of Storte" ii 

10:00 
9 ** "Run Like a Thief' 
(1967. Adventure) Kieron 
Moore. Keenan Wyrm. A young 
woman assists in ttM )ungle es- 
cape of an Amencan meroertary 
wanted for his involvement In a 
South Amencan jewel heist 

•171*1 

10:20 

9 "Fire, tee and DynamNe" 

11424 

"BM" (1981. Drama) 
Mickey Rooney. Dennis Quakl. 
Based on the true story of a 
mentaNy retarded man who en- 
ters the outside worW after 
being instttuttonaNzed for 44 
years. Rooitey won an Emmy. 
iiTon? 

AFTERNOON 

12:18 

• "Qirts Town" 7H4443 

1M 
9 **** "Sullvan's Travels" 
(1941. Comedy-Drama) Joel 
McCrea. Verontoa Lake. A di- 
sencftanted Hoiywood director 
dons the rags of a hobo and 
embarks on an Odyssey to learn 
about human suNering. iWTS 

1:20 
■ "Mon Beau Legtonn a ire" 
(1977. Comedie) Mtahael York. 
Ann-Margret. Les mesaverv 
tures de freres iumeaux erv 
gages dans la Legton Etrarv 
gere et poursuivis par leur 
bale-mere Mrtgame. 142240 

1:46 

• "The Myth That WOuMn't 
Die" iMiaar 

IM 
*** "Melody Time ' (1948. 
Musical) Roy Rogers, Luana 
Patten. The stories of Pecos 
BW and Johnny Appleseed 
blend with updated mtarprata- 
ttons of classic mekxlies In this 
seven-part mix of Hve aclion 
and animatton. g STsaur 

2:06 
**V^ -Rio Lobo" (1970. 
Western) John Wayne. Jennifer 
O'NeM. Producer-director Ho- 
¥Mrd Ha«vks' poet-Civi War 
shoot-'em-up about 



2:30 

■ 3) ** "Ur>e Affaire meur- 
triere" (1986, Drama) Alan Ar- 
liin, Armand Assante. Un em- 
ploye dun service de vtdanges, 
domine par la pegre, s'iriquiete 
de la dispersKxi de matieres to- 
xtques dans I envtronrwment. 
S«1240 

S) ** "Le Rossignol et les 
cloches" (19S2. Drame) Gerard 
BartMau. Nkx>le Germain. Pour 
payer les nouveMes cloches de 
son egHse. le cure presents une 
serie de re ci t als mettant en ve- 
dette une pianiste virtuose et 
une chorale d'enfants. 4424S2 

8:00 
9 *** "Mirage" (1966. Mys- 
tery) Gregory Peck. Diane 
Baker. A psychiatrist douMs his 
patient's amnesia, but agrees 
to help him after becomirtg Irv 
volved in a series of strangs ev- 
ents. 2S4611 

8:18 
9 "Over Her Dead Body" 
f72M*17 

SdOO 

■ "Fools of Fortune 



11:30 
9 DON CHERRrS QRAPEV- 
INE 97S066 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 

• LE MONDE DES CHAM- 
PIONS Un eventail de sorts 
pratk)ues dans les quatre coins 
du monde. (R) iMHi 

12:30 

• QUEBEC EN MOTONEIQE 
La nrntoneige au Quebec en 
visitant une region differente a 
cheque semaine. (R) 74t7M 

1M 
S SPORTS 30 Resume detaiNe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g (STIMM 

• 8P0RT80ESK g 4<a240 

1:30 

• WWF WRE8TUNQ •TSSM 

9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annonces. (R) 32S37$ 
2:30 

• INSIDE THE PQA TOUR 
24*424 

m MOTORINQ '93 S3*58* 
3:30 

• QOLF DE LA PQA- REVUE 
1892 (R) 4O30*S 

■ SNOWMOBILE RACINQ 



DAYTIME SPORTS 



• MICKEY MOUSE CLUB g 
•71337 

• NFL'8 GREATEST MO- 
MENTS 51M20 

• POWER 30 •17337 

CrTY OF ANGELS S1S442 

• SESAME STREET 4«4t2 

• EMPTY NEST Han^ tries to 
get BartMra to give up her pol- 
icewoman career after she's 
shot. (R) g ***79S 

6.-05 

• SAVED BY THE BELL g 
13S2443 

6:30 
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• FAMILY FEUD 1S611 

• AMERICA WfTH DENNIS 
WHOLEY (R) *7S11 

• LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
•2443 

• AUTOUR DU MONDE Revue 
des phncipales activites spor- 
tives disputees a travers le 
monde en compagnie de Michel 
Lacroix. 24*Sli 

• SAVED BY THE BELL g 



7:30 

• SPORTS 30 Resume delaMe 
des everiement s sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R)g*S7a4* 

8M 

• SPORTS 30 Resume datalNe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
toumee. (R) g •i«**4 

• tPORTSOESK g •*l28a 



m SPORTS 38 R «sume d e t aWe 
des evertemenls sportifs de la 
ioumee. (R)g 



8:30 

9 BOOTBULDWIQ MM W 
8«0 

• LE Oen OE L'ACHMUUI Les 
loumois "Bass Quebec". (R) 

•410*4 

6:30 

• HEBOO QUEBEC Une nou- 
veMe emisston sportive a carac- 
tare regtonal. (R) nn» 

m MONT TREIIONT: THE 
FfOCNDLY GIANT 774SIO 
7«0 

• CHASSE ET PECNE (R) 



4A> 

• LES QUILLES Omnium Can- 
adian. En proverwnoe de ViNe 
St-Laurent. (R) ••0337 

m CANADIAN CURLINQ 
WEEKLY 2020*4 
4:30 

• FOR THE LOVE OF THE 
QAME42a0^a 

8:00 

• COURSES D'AUTO La For- 
mule 1600 Protec. (R) 700020 

8:30 

• SPORT SOLEIL Emission 
oonsacree aux sports pra- 
tiques par les vacanders dans 

Is Sud. (R) 402300 

• MONT TREMBLANT: THE 
FRIENDLY GIANT 342240 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



740 

• REUNION: THE EDMON- 
TON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
PRESENTS PROCOL HARUM 
4060700 

AFTERNOON 

3:18 

• SMPLY MAO ABOUT THE 

MOUSE Sonw of today's most 
popular stars, including Hany 
Connick Jr. and Michael Bolton, 
oomoine ineir mooem siyie wim 
classic Disney songs. 14047S01 

(E AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL 
"Taking a Stand" A taerv«gs 
boy decMas to testify against a 
neighbor wtw vandalized the 
home of a black family. Stars 
Belly Buckley. Dan Lauria and 
Tbnolhy CoOlns QrHln. (R) g 
•1^3 

EVENMO 



I VIDEOPM (In Stereo) 2SS172 
I KIDS INCORPORATED 

H7 

• PARTRIDGE FAMILY (tlSI? 

• NEWS2*4**a 

6:35 

• HAPPY DAYS 4^71424 

7M 

• d) a NEWS •*••• 



a OS MATERIAL WORLD Kitty 
hires Angela. Lucy and Virgir>ia 
to model for her rather than pay 
the cost of professional mo- 
dels, g ••20 

S d) LES NOUVELLES •••2 
(E WATATATOW ^0714 
QD • MURPHY BROWN g 7002 

• LA GUERRE DES CLANS 
0120^^ 

• WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
•32«« 

• MACNEILA£HRER 
NEWSHOUR g SS1S3 

• PASSE-PARTOUT •03M 

• SAVED BY THE BEU g 



DONANUE (kt Stereo) g (9 NBC 



■ d) CUUne LMIAROC Su- 
|ofc Leo piodo MorWeol, ntait 
le coeur dons mon vMage. 10040 

(EcesoM 

CDOiNEWI 

(!)• NEWS g 3700 

LE GRAND JOURNAL g 



• SPORTS 38 Resume detalHe 
des evertemenl s sportifs de la 
joumee. (R)g7O*720 

• SPORTSOBSK g ••4611 

9:30 

• MSK)E SPORTS lOOOOS 

10:00 
KARATEMANU Fails sail- 
lanls de la soiree gala de kick- 
boxing et d'arts ntartiaux an 
provertaftoe de I'AudHorlum de 
Verdun a Montreal (Enregi si r e 
le IS deoembre). (R) 7(7443 

• BEST OF AMERICAN MUS- 
CLE TIOOll 

10M 

• OLD PMS BOWUNG 0041U 



• YOU BET YOUR UFE (In 
Storeo) g 31H0 

• EMRLY MURPHY Scheduled: 
Robert E. Peterson. Atoohd 
and Youth; Governor Engier 
and Todd Gale of "DouMetak" 
Puppets. 14700 

• ROBIN ET STELLA g 147(1 
CHASSE Au pro- 

: la chasee a I'ours 
dans la rsglon d'Abitibl. Que- 
bec. (R) 400100 

• CAPTAM N AND THE VI- 
DEO OAMEMASTERS •721VI 

• IE A STAR (R) (In Stereo) 



• MOVIE ** "Defy Gravity " 
(1991) Simon ReynoWs. R.H. 
Tf>omson. A tee n agar at- 
tempts to conrM to terms with 
Ns often-violent fattier while 
coping witti ttie pangs of first 
tove. (In Stereo) 'NR' g •I7S7^ 

• CJ-Y.O.E. ••im 

• NBA ACTION (13240 

• VIDEOFLOW 73^^27 

• ROCKFORO FILES g •071S3 

• POLKA DOT DOOR 370M 

7M 

• THREE'S COMPANY 
••23101 

7:30 
■ CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) g ••••o 

• (S) EMPTY NEST Harry gets 
LaVeme a date with the coron- 
er's assistant: Charley be- 
comes Patrick's biggest fan. (R) 
gi30 

• d) JEOPARDY 1(00 
d) LES DETECTEURS DE 
MENSONGES 801>1 
d) • DINOSAURS Charlene 
trades places with Francois 
whsn ifte Sindairs parttelpoia In 
the apecles exchange program. 
{Pos^xmed from an earlier 
date) (In Stereo) g 3000 
(9 NBC MGNTLY NEWS g 

i3in 

SOMA BENEZRA Des ve- 

et des personnaWes 
quebeooises dans un suMN 
dosage d'entrevues, de nume- 
ros de vsrietes et de chro- 
nkyies artistk)ues. 722072 

• JEOPARDYI g 11700 

• TELESERVICE Un maga- 
zine de service et d'affaires 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detsiNe 
des evenement s sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) g 4i27SS 

• STAR SEARCH (In Stereo) 



HARD COPY g 77S4C 
(B) NORTH OF 60 Eric en- 
counters resistance wfien he 
attempts to press charges 
against two Amencan pilots 
wtK) landed in Lynx River and 
sexually assaulted Teevee's 
sister. 31 •• 

(D CHOP-SUEY C est au- 
jourd'hui qu aura Iteu le lance- 
ment du IJvre de Judith Voulant 
eviter que tout le nwode soil au 
courant de son etat de sante, la 
principale interessee prefere 
ne pas assister a leverHMnent. 
(Partie 1 de 2) g 4530 
d) MARILYN Gertrude entre- 
tient sa colere. g •3202 
d) ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
MOHTg 4^172 

d) MELROSE PLACE When 
Alison attends an Important 
business party with Billy, she 
leaves with anottier man; Jane 
asks her sister to move out; 
Jo's hustjand arrives. (In 
Stereo) g •7S5« 
a WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
•3424 

MOVIE "The Svi^ch ' (1993, 
Drama) Gary Cole. Craig T. Nel- 
son. Premiere A frustrated, 
wheelchair-tXHjnd car-crash 
survivor Ignores friends and fa- 
mily in a single-minded quest to 
win the right to end his life. 
Based on a true story. ••443 
NMMTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT Scheduled: the Money 

FHe. ^4172 

LES HEROS DE L'HIVER In- 
vite: Robert Sauve. 7^2004 
DE8KWINQ WOMIEN g 
1240M 

VIOEOPRIME (In Stereo) 
230733 

WALT DISNEY PRESENTS 
"DonaM Duck Story" Walt Dis- 
ney tells of Donakjs outstand- 
ing career. S02337 
INSIDE SPORTS (30200 
SPOTUOHT Bruce Springs- 
teen. (Part 2 of 2) 100172 
IN SEARCH OF... The 
mysteries of the Egyptian pyr- 
amids; how a frail hermit carved 
and lifted 3 million pounds of 
rock to buiW the Coral Castle. 
010001 

TODAY'S SPECIAL Learn- 
ing about record players, sound 
effects and a recording studio. 

40714 

MATERIAL WORLD Kitty 
hires Angela. Lucy and Virginia 
to model for her rather ttian pay 
the cost of professtonal mo- 
dels. gi02S30 

8.-06 
BEVERLY HILLBILUES g 
2010000 

8:30 
CURRENT AFFAIR g saiO 
d) DOCTEUR DOOGIE Doo- 
gie se rend a la boutkyje de Vln- 
nie. 3027 

d) A TOUT PRIX Magazine 
economk^ue. 08200 
d) ENTERTAINMIENT TO- 
MGHT Bene MkJIer previews 
her letest endeavor, "Hocus 
Pocus. " (In Stereo) g 07307 
a JEOPARDYI g 4373^ 
LE HOCKEY LNH Les Cana- 
dians de Montreal visitent les 
Nordkjues de Quebec. (En di- 
rect) 44*183 
FRED TROST PRACTICAL 



ERK:'S WORLD CJ. 

his klol in music management. 
Izzy Famous, trying to steal Eric 
and his act away, g ooiooi 
SPORTSDESK g 200017 
0JOMINIOOSS7 
7:36 
ANDY GRIFFITH 



POUSSE-POUSSE Une 

serie d'emisstons sur I'educa- 
tton des enfants de a 5 ens. 
•Mil 

SKI MAG Magazine hebdo- 
madairs pour ramateur de ski 
alpm. 7«uii 

JEFFERSON8 g 133001 
MOVIE ** "The Big SNoe " 
(1990) Casey Siemaszko, Jus- 
Iki Louis. Two aspiring novel- 
ists get caugfit up with larcen- 
ous ladies and stolen mob toot 
when they set out to learn 
about crime. (ki Stereo) 'R' g 

170200 

RINKSIOE •1^7^6 
0FAXl^OaO7 
WORKWEEK 00040 
EMPTY NEST Harry gets 
LaVerne a date with ttie coron- 
er's assistant; Charley be- 
comes Patrick's biggest fan. (R) 
gioos>7 

8:38 

SANFORD AND SON 
oisoraai 



9M 
TOP COPS A wounded offi- 
cer prevents tvw) robtwry sus- 
pects from neeing; a vice squad 
detective orchestrates a drug 
bust; an FBI agent tracks two 
missing girls. (In Stereo) g 
(7511 

m CBC PRIME TIME NEWS 
g3733 

d) LA TRENTAINE L univ- 
ers de Hope et Micfiael se re- 
sume pour I'instant a Jane, leur 
poupon de neuf mois. 42005 
d) SCOOP Michel Gagne est 
accuse de racisme Serge Van- 
dal recoit un appel telepfio- 
nk^ qui le ramene seize ans 
en arriere. g OSSS* 
QD MATLOCK (Season Pre- 
miere) A ghost convinces Ben 
to took into the mysterkjus cir- 
cumstances surrounding his 
untimely demise. (In Stereo) g 

42027 

d) ROSEANNE Roseanne s 
mottier plans to move to Lan- 
ford; Jackie romances a youn- 
ger man. (R) (In Stereo) g 4251 1 
(9 OUT ALL NK2HT Jeff is 
forced to tell his fattier about 
his plans for a music career af- 
ter he is accepted into law 
school. (In Stereo) g S700S 
WILD AMERK:a The divers- 
ity of North American birds, fo- 
cusing on ttieir ability to fly. g 
33443 

QUESTKMS D'ARGENT EN 
DIRECT 002U 

COURSES D'ACCCLERA- 
TKW NHRA: Auto Stores Na- 
tkxials. (En differe) ••••40 
MOVIE **V2 No SmaN Af- 
fair " (1984, Comedy) Jon Cryer, 
Demi Moore. Obsessed with an 
aspiring singer in her 20s, an 
incorrlgit>le 1&-year-oM tries to 
help give her sagging career a 

boost. 213424 

GOLF Hawaiian Open. First 
round from ttie Waialae Coun- 
try CkJb in Honokjkj. (Live) 
•80870 

0CROOK AND CHASE Travis 
Tritt (In Stereo) 22S2O0 
LEGENDS AND HEROES 
"Daniel Boone - Promised 
Land. " 875aoi 

MONSTER TRUCK CHAL- 
LENGE M7«)1 
VIDEOFLOW 145707 
REAL WEST The sometimes 
fragile art of law enforcement in 
the Old West. (R) 003337 
FRAGILE NATURE Belize 
has made "ecotourism"' a na- 
ttonal priority (R) 40200 
NORTH OF 80 Erk: encoun- 
ters resistance wfien fie at- 
tempts to press cfiarges 
against two American pilots 
who landed in Lynx River and 
sexually assaulted Teevee's 
sister. 7002^S 

9:30 
(D a DIFFERENT WORLD 
Dwayne conspires «i/ith Kim to 
stay one step ahead of Wtiitley, 
wvtx) wants to plan her own sur- 
prise bkthday party. (In Stereo) 
gTaOOO 87811 

THIS OLD HOUSE Land- 
scaping begins; installing a 
standirig seam copper roof; 
Steve tours an k>wa window 
factory. (R) g 45337 
CHASSE ET PECHE 700800 
DRAG RACING 4S2000 
REN 6 STIMPY 2040183 

8:45 
REN 6 STIMPY 00400300 

STREET STORKS A report 
on ttie controversial use of DNA 
tasting in criminal cases; poet 
Maya Angekxi. wfio wiN read an 
original work at the presMential 
inauguratton. (In Stereo) g 
07«M 

(H) MOVIE *** "ki the BeNy 
of the Dragon (1969. Comedy) 
DavW La Haye. Remy Qirard. A 
young Canadian, tired of his 
fiend-to-TTKMJth existence, 

agrees to become a human gui- 
nea pig for an ecoentrk: brain 
researcher, g 0O408ii 
d) CLAIRE LAMARCHE Su- 
jet: Je suis pssse a un cheveu 
de la mort. 46172 
d) TOUS POUR UN Jeu ques- 
ttonnalre. Theme: Le cinema 
quebecois. (Psnie 2 de 3) 83020 
d) JACK'S PLACE A reckjsive 



songwriter comes to the big city 
to find a wife; Jack searcties for 
a woman with a great singing 
vok». (In Stereo) g 45714 
d) E.N.Q Jane and the sta- 
tion are sued for lit>el after stie 
interviews a county-western 
singer; Ann must decide 
wtiettier to continue her rela- 
tkxiship with Tom. (In Stereo) g 
70002 

O CHEERS Norms plan to 
avokj an IRS audit t>ackfires; 
Sam tries to prevent ttie bar 
from watching an oM Red Sox 
game. (In Stereo) g 37<^2 
NEWS g 75^33 
PRIZE The Epk: Quest for 
Oil, Money and Power " Two 
decades of the OPEC story are 
traced from ttie 1973 embargo 
through Kuwait's burning wells; 
trying to balance energy needs 
with concern for ttie environ- 
ment and effects of Soviet oil 
reserves. (In Stereo) (Part 4 of 
4) g 247a6 

MOVIE **Vt "Legers qui- 
proquos " (1989, Comedie) Una 
Sastri, Roberto CItran. Le desir 
dun homme de revoir ceHe quil 
aime est trop fort et II deckle de 
laccueillir en lul preparant un 
bon diner, pour elle et I homme 
avec qui elle vit. •8004 
SOCCER (En differe) 0*2001 
"Naked Lunch" 040001 



NASHVILLE NOW Travis 
Tritt; Trisha Yearwood; Little 
Texas. (In Stereo) 000201 
MOVIE **V> "The Christ- 
mas Visitor " (1987. Drama) Dee 
Wallace Stone, John Waters. In 
drought-rUden 1891 Australia, 
an 8-year-okJ boy believes ttie 
arrival of a grizzled old miner is 
tfie answer to fiis beleaguered 
family's prayers. 040027 
VIDEOFLOW 440100 
WILDLIFE MYSTERIES Vk; 
HIstop of Australia is respected 
for h^ work capturing sliarks, 
despite Ns controversial views. 
(R) 000424 

BLACK ADDER 20571 
CSC PRIME TIME NEWS g 



10:30 
d) RAI80N PASSKM Invitee: 
Sheila Copps. deputee de Ham- 
ilton East 30240 
O WINGS Antonto convinces 
l-OweH to negotiate for a raise 
when he receives a better job 
offer from anottier airport (In 
Stereo) g 40530 
BOXING 100240 
PRISONERS OF GRAVITY 
Roto of weapons in genre fic- 
tion; interviews virilh Terry 
Pratchett lain Banks. Lois 
McMaster BujoM and Mkihael 
Moorcock. OTOi^ 

11M 
d) KNOTS LANDING 
Mack becomes the prime mur- 
der suspect after Karen discov- 
ers Mary Robeson's body; Tom 
Ryan, Paige's ex-Nance, is the 
offteer in charge of the case. (In 
Stereo) g 2M00 43378 , 
0d)AO US 00743 
d) LE TELEJOURNAL g 



d) PRIMETME LIVE g 30000 

a LA. LAW Amto defends a 
dominaWx who is charged with 
involunlary manslaughter when 
a dtont dies of a heart attack; 
Owen delays lasting for Hurv 
tmgton's disease. (In Stereo) g 
78101 

UP HOI« TOMGHT 00172 
NEWS g 011040 
MOVIE it*Vt "The Final 
Countdo«Mi' (1960. Sdence 
Ftotton) Kirk Douglas. Martin 
Sheen. Ttie atomto-powered 
aircraft earner USS Nimitz is 
transported back to the Psci8c 
Ocean hours before the attack 
on Pearl Hafbor. 000172 
BRUTE FORCE: THE HIS- 
TORY OF WEAPONS AT WAR 
The maimenanoe of communi- 
calton and chain of command 
during baWeMd operattons. 
(R)40MC0 

BETWEEN THE LINES 20001 
I60VK **« "In the Bely of 
the Dragon" (1969. Comedy) 
DavW La Haye, Remy Qirard. A 
young Canadton. tired of his 
hand-to^noulh existence. 

(Continued page 5) 



THURSDAY 

(Continued from p.4) 

agrees to becooie a human gui- 
nea pig for an eccentric brain 
researcher, q 2S4«7ti 

11:28 
(£ LE POMT 4W411S3 

11:30 
LE QRAND JOURNAL g 
S7«7«8 

• LIFESTYLES 312*9 

• TEUSERVICE Un maga- 
zine de service et d'affaires 
puMiques. (R) 702Sii 

• ON STAGE Exile. (In Stereo) 



12H» 

I CD O NEWS 7732M0 7414M 



ICE) LES NOUVELLES TVA g 



S) METEO SI 52991 

(S • CTV NEWS g 35047 

O SPORTS PLUS 76t79S 

• MOVIE ** "Windwamer " 
(1980. Drama) Trevor Howard, 
Nick Ramus. Wishing to die In 
peace, an aged Cheyenne war- 
rior embarks on a journey to re- 
solve an oM conflict with a 
Crow enemy. •5104047 

• ARE YOU BEING SERVED? 
26979 

S SPORTS 30 Resume detaiHe 
des evenements sportlfs de la 
Joumee. (En direct) g •2«73t 

• MGHT COURT 796299 

S "The Hand That Rocks ttie 

Cradle" 794370 

•CLUe DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 

t72196 

• BURNS ANO ALLEN 915202 

• 8PORTSDE8K g 919319 

• SPOTLIGHT Bruce Springs- 
teen. (Part 2 of 2) 961432 

■ EVENING AT THE IMPROV 



• RE8P0NDINQ TO VICTIMS 
OF ABUSE Various forms of 
•Werty atxjse are descritMd. 
749026 

12H)6 -^ 
O (S) STAR TREK 36iM99 
(C LE8 NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 60 926 960 

12:20 
GD MOVIE **V2 Perigord 
noir" (1990, Comedie) Roland 
Giraud, Lydia OaMn. Menaces 
de famine par la fermeture de la 
bananerie locale, des villageois 
•fricains decident d'aHer 
chercher fortune en France. 



• CD TVA SPORTS g 1119976 
d) MGHTUNE q 346347 

d) • NEWS g 61736 

B SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 

306127 

CHARLIE ROSE 645757 

• COURSES D'AUTO La For- 
mute Indy: Revue 1992. (R) 
•06115 

HIGHLANDER: THE SERIES 
A once-good Immortat ob- 
sessed with dominating hu- 
mankind matches wits with 
DurKan, wfio wants to prevent 
the man from hurting more peo- 
ple. (In Stereo) 5«^«2S 

• MOVIE ***«'> "Quartet" 
(1948, Drama) Basil Radford. 
Mai Zettarling. W. Somerset 
Maugham introduces four 
adaptations of his most t)eguil- 
ing tales: "The Facts of Life, ' 
"The Alien Com." The Kite" 
and "The Colonel's Lady." 

•333337 

• FAX 3*4573 

9 WOMEN IN POLITICS 
140326 

12:36 
CHEERS g 2*65466 
(9 TONIGHT SHOW Sched- 
uled: singers Qarth Brooks and 
Gary Lakes: comk: Rita Rudner. 
(In Stereo) g 3647«79 

12:50 
3) LA OUOTIDIENNE/ 
BANCO 42067573 

12:56 
(X) MONQRAIN DE BEL (R) 
32837960 

1K» 
(E) INSIDE EDITION A slingshot 
prank that resulted in the death 
of a teen, g 352641 
(C SIMON A SIMON 71134 
MOVIE *** "Remo.-.sans 
arms et dangereux" (1985, 
Drame) Fred Ward, Joel Orey. 
Engage pour faire partie dune 
orgariisation gouvemementale 
secrete, un poMcier doit se 
charger d'exterminer des mal- 
faiteurs tres puissants. 941047 



LES COURSES A CON- 
NAUGHT PARK 7722«3 
MOVIE ***V^ "They Were 
Expendable " (1945. Adventure) 
Robert Montgomery. John 
Wayne. The bomt>lng of Pearl 
Harbor gives a fleet of PT txtats 
the tong-awalted opportunity to 
prove their worth. Cotorized 
version. 7346662a 
MILLER A COMPANY Max 
Maven. fortune teller. (In 
Stereo) 610406 
INSIDE SPORTS 642663 
MUCHWEST 709757 
REAL WEST The sometimes 
fragile art of law enforcement in 
the Ok) West. (R) 510625 
ADULT MATH How to con- 
vert one standard of nr>easure- 
ment to anottwr, using a simple 
proporttonal system. 360263 

IKK 
NIGHT COURT 1021*31 
STAR TREK 1329625 

1:30 
QD MGHTTALK From October: 
people who claim to t>e practk:- 
ing vampires. (R) 715202 
FRED TROST PRACTICAL 
SPORTSMAN (R) 615660 
RUGBY L'Irlande vs I'E- 
cosse. Le Coupe des 5 Natk>ns. 
(R) 612316 

MOVIE *** "Hustling" 
(1975, Drama) Lee Remick, Jill 
ClaytHirgh. A woman reporter 
takes a firsthand kx>k at the big- 
mor>ey worid of prostitutk>n. 
•6*757 

RINK8IDE 372592 
RAPCITY 267134 
OUESTKM PERIOD "Prov- 
incial"' g 713644 

1:35 
ARSENK) HALL Scheduled: 
actor Vincent Spano ( "Alive "): 
Dave Koz with tt>e Posse. (In 
Stereo) g 2252026 
O LATE NKIHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: actor 
Kevin PoMak. (In Stereo) 6937202 

2M 
THIS OLD HOUSE Land- 
scaping begins; installing a 
standing seam copper roof; 
Steve tours an Iowa window 
factory. (R) g 706573 
"Wisecracks " 6606221 
NASHVILLE NOW Travis 
Tritt; Trisha Yearwood: Little 
Texas. (R) (In Stereo) 105569 
GOALS! 263406 
WILDLIFE MYSTERIES Vk: 
Hislop of Australia Is respected 
for his work capturing sharks, 
despite his controversial views. 
(R) 569931 

2K>6 
MOVIE "Palmer" (1991. 
Comedy-Drama) Ray WInstone. 
Gerard Horan. Private eye Ed- 
die Palmer sleuths ttie alleys 
and byways of Brighton. 
26035047 

2:30 
(E MATLOCK g 336202 
OUTDOORSMAN 76S00S 
MOTORING '93 242612 
QUESTION PERIOD "Fed- 
eral '" 336644 

2:36 
AMEN 6723466 
O TONY ROBBINS 5317573 

3KN) 
PRIZE "The Epic Quest for 
Oil, Money and Power " Two 
decades of the OPEC story are 
traced from the 1973 embargo 
through Kuwait's burning wells: 
trying to tMlance energy needs 
with cofKem for the environ- 
ment and effects of Soviet oil 
reserves. (In Stereo) (Part 4 of 

4) g 371757 

SPORTS 30 Resume detallle 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) g 762047 
8P0RT8DE8K g •333** 
BRUTE FORCE: THE HIS- 
TORY OF WEAPONS AT WAR 
The maintenance of communi- 
catkxi and chain of command 
during battleflekl operatk>ns. 
(R) 400711 

3:06 
CBS NEWS UP TO THE 
MINUTE 60306365 
(9 LATER Wrm BOB COSTAS 
Guest: singer Amy Grant. (In 

Stereo) 7463757 

3:30 
CE WHOOPI GOLDBERG 
Scheduled: Jack Lemmon. (In 
Stereo) (Part 1 of 2) 990960 
SPORT SOLEIL Emisskxi 
consacree aux sports pra- 
tk^ues par les vacanciers dans 
le Sud (R) 996319 



*Key West' is latest 
TV style of Ticket 



The Northern Light, Wed., Jan. 13. 1993—5 

in quirky 
Fences' etc. 



"Key West" is a series 
atxxjt a New Jersey fac- 
tory worker wtK> wins the 
lottery and immediately 
heads to Key West, Fla., to 
become a newspaper re- 
porter. 

Yeah, sure. 

Take it from those of us 
who know: People who 
win k}tteries do not be- 
come newspaper report- 
ers. In fact, this guy has 
ttie dream in reverse. Peo- 
ple txjy tottery ttokets to 
get out of the newspaper 
business, not in. Haven't 
these people ever heard of 
reality televiskMi? The 
rather thin explanation of- 
fered by "Key West" for 
this stunning turnatXNJt is 
that the lead character, 
Seamus O'Reilly, has al- 
ways dreamed of becom- 
ing a writer like his idol, Er- 
nest Hemingway, who 
spent a good deal of time 




Fisher Stsvens 

in Key West writing, fish- 
ing and drinking. To Sea- 
mus, Key West is a Hem- 
ingway shrine where he 
can pursue his craft at the 
local rag. 

Fisher Stevens stars in 
this new additk>n to CTV's 
Saturday-night lineup. 



Ivory Ocean co-stars as 
Seamus' grumpy editor. 
The town is populated by 
eccenthcs, just like the 
real Key West. There's 
Gumbo, a tavern owrwr 
(played by Leiand Crooke) 
who owns a performing al- 
ligator, and Bingo (T.C. 
Carson), a Rastafarian 
who stteptierds Seamus 
through his new surround- 
ings. 

"'Key West" is ttie latest 
entry in a quirky TV style 
trend ushered in t>y "Twin 
Peaks" and "Nortfiern Ex- 
posure" and continued 
this season with "(aoing to 
Extremes'" and "Ptoket 
Fences." But "Key West" 
is betting against the odds: 
Neither "Extremes" nor 
"Fences'" has wowed 'em 
in the ratings. 

Also on CTV, Valerie 
Pringle has settled in as 
co-host of "Canada AM." 



She takes over the spot 
vacated by Panneta Wallin, 
wtK) jumped ship to CBC 
to CO- host "CBC Prime 
Time News." 

Pringle is a ship-jumper 
herself. She had co- 
hosted CBC's "Mkklay," 
the bright noon-txxjr 
current-affairs show, 

sirKe its inception in 1984. 
Pringle left with mixed 



emotions. She sakl she 
"k)ved 'MkJday' to death " 
but was prompted to take 
the CTV offer because of 
ttie opportunity on "Can- 
ada AM " to txoaden her 
journalistic skills. "Canada 
AM " hosts have traditwn- 
ally been poached by CTV 
News to help cover politi- 
cal conventkxis, electkxis 
and the Olympk». 



FRIDAY 



Delray is New Country 



Martin Delray-What 
Kind Of Man 

Hailing from Texaik- 
ana. Ark., Martin De- 
lray honed his vocal 
chops for several years, 
opening for artists like 
Juice Newton and Doug 
Kershaw. 

His 1990 debut. Get 



Country 
Beat 

with The Whistler 





Rhythm, got him 
dubbed as his record 
label's entry in the New 
Traditionalist competi- 
Uon. On What Kind Oj 
Man, his smoky bari- 
tone again shows off a 
character of its own. 
Although he co-wrote 
only two cuts on this 
album, he has a way of 



making each song his 
own. 

Outstanding tracks 
include "Ring Around 
The Moon," 'Twang," 
and a cover of Stonew- 
all Jackson's 1962 
classic, "A Wound 
Time Can't Erase" (rc- 
uUed *The Wound"). 
(Atlantic) 




On "Major Dad," Polly (Shanna 
Reed, pictured) is induced to act as 
a hostess for a 1940s-themed ball, 
which was conceived by Gen. Craig 
to honor the contributions of the 
use during World War II. USO 
president Chapman Cox guest- 
stars as himself in the episode, 
which airs Friday, Jan. 15, on CBS. 



Martin Delray 



• PAID PfKXMAM 22ttl2 

• ON STAGE Exile. (R) (In 
St»r«o) 2130M 

• IN8IDC 8I>0RT8 2M592 

3:35 
a NBC NEWS NKWTSIOE 
31I1U73 

3:46 
MOVIE *** "Operation Pa- 
cific'" (1951, Drama) John 
Wayne, Patricia ^4aal. A seenrv 
Ingly invincit>le submarine com- 
mander struggles with guilt and 
regret while battlir>g the Ja- 
panese during World War II. 
•M13t79 

• RAY BRAOeURY TRUXXIY 
421101)4 

4.-00 
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d) ABC WORU) NEWS NOW g 
SIMM 

• LA CU^SSKME DE BOWL- 
INQ Serie de competitions chez 
les jeurws de grosses quilles 
(10 pins) en provenace de New- 
marltet en Ontario. (R) 342047 

• BOB NEWHART 24*406 

• NBA ACTION 2M7S7 

• EVEMNQ AT THE IMPROV 
(R)70202S 

4:30 

■ WKRP IN CINCINNATI 
1N3ia 

• BOB NEWHART IIMM 

• QOLFM002I 

■ DAILY R.S.V.P. 713tS0 



^IIIKII REVUE 



By JANICE R. AMOUR 
Northern Light Staff 

Prelude to a Kiss 

Alec Baldwin (Marrying Man) and Meg Ryan (The 
Doors) star as a young couple that does the typical 
meet-fall-in-love-get-married thing, but that's where 
the typical plot ends. 

Ryan is kissed by a strange old man at her wedding reception, and somehow their souls switch 
bodies, without Baldwin realizing what has happened — until the honeymoon. 

This movie has potential, but gets caught up in trying to be loo philosophical about an 
essentially stupid plot idea. However, it is good for a few laughs and is the kind of movie to watch 
when feeling under the weather, and there are no **Gilligan's Island" reruns on television. 

The Doors 

Val Kilmer (Top Gun. Willow) stars as the famous, ill-fated 60s rock icon Jim Morrison in this 
movie, which traces Morrison's life from when he was starting out to his death in a I^ris hotel. 

Directed by 60s-era nostaliga guru Oliver Stone, this movie has an excellent soundtrack and 
Kilmer does a fair job of lip-synching Morrison's songs. 

It does have some weird acid-trip inspired scenes which fall flat, but overall is an enjoyable 
film, particularly for Doors fans. 



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JANUARY IS, 1tS3 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MOmUNQ 

SM 

• *Vt "Once Before I Ote" 
(1966. Drama) John Derek. Ur- 
sula Andress. An Army nrtaior 
orders his troops on a danger- 
ous mission when he and his 
fiancee are caught in a Ja- 
panese attack. 6600M 

• "Naked Lunch" 4i7aM 

9 ♦*♦ "Tower of London" 
(1939. Drama) BasM Rathbone. 
Boris Kanof! In 15th-century 
England, Rk:hard III orders his 
sadistK executioner to dispose 
of an wtK> wouW stand t>etween 
him and the throne. Mt202 

7.-00 
9 "HkMen Agenda" 4CS22i 

9:30 

• "UntH the End of the WorW" 
MQSZSTO 

1(hOO 

• *** "Mirage" (1965. Mys- 
tery) Gregory Peck. Diane 
Baker. A psychiatrist doutMs his 
patient's amnesia, txjt agrees 
to help him after becoming in- 
votvedknaMries of strange ev- 
ents. MOON 

1146 

• **V^ "And I Atone Sur- 
vived" (1978. Drama) Blair 
Brown. DavM Acfcroyd. Based 
on Lauren EMer's own account 
of her harrowing struggle to 
survive foHowing a 1976 plane 
crash in the Sierra Nevada 
mountains. 1247300 

AFTERNOON 
12:18 

• "Trust" 3073100 

140 

• ***Vi "She Wore a YeUow 
Ribbon" (1949. Western) John 
Wayne. Joanne Dru. The se- 
cond in John Ford's epic U.S. 
Cavalry tritogy focuses on an 
aging ofltoer's rekxnanca to 
turn his command over to an 
inexperienced comrade. The ci- 
nematography won an Oscar. 



Jesse James " (1972. Western) 
Cliff Robertson. Robert Duvall. 
Les circonstances entourant 
I'attaque dune banque du Min- 
nesota par la bande de Jesse 
James. 60S028 

CD **Vt "LHistoire d une vic- 
toire" (1983. Drame) Ed Asner, 
EN WaHach. L'histoire vraie du 
redacteur en chef de "Saturday 
Review", Norman Cousins, qui 
n'avait qu'une chance sur cinq 
cents de guerir dune grave ma- 
ladie. 500060 

3:00 
• **Vt "My Tutor" (1963. 
Comedy-Drama) Caren Kaye. 
Matt Lattanzi. A high-school 
student becomes romanttoaNy 
involved with the oMer woman 
who is tutoring him in French. 



510S073 



12:30 
S BONNE CHASSE Au pro- 
gramme: la chasse a lours 
dans la region d'At>itibi, Que- 
bec. (R) 852573 

1H)0 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
(ournee. (R) g 730S54 

• SPORTSOESK g 50S738 

1:30 

• BOXING 2005S4 

2HW 

• SOCCER (R) 405202 

3:00 

• REAL ACTION SKIING 
620399 

3:30 
9 RINKSIDE 355399 

4:00 
9 PASSEPORT VACANCES 
Un magazine sur les sports 
pratiques par les vacanciers. 
(R) 505020 

e DON CHERRY'S GRAPEV- 
INE 367134 

4:30 

• QUEBEC EN MOTONEIQE 
La motoneige au Qytebec en 
visitant une regton differente a 
cfiaque semaine. (R) 594912 

• DRAG RACING 533776 

• COURSES D'ACCELERA- 
TION NHRA: Auto Stores Na- 
tionals. (R) 676020 

5:30 

• 8UPERCROS8 DE PARIS 
(En differe) 327736 

• INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 
347370 

DAYTIME SPECIALS 



AFTERNOON 



kin family, a brottter-and-sister 
band from Cape Breton. N.S. g 
5025 

■ d) LES NOUVELLES 2757 
d) WATATATOW 02825 
d) • MURPHY BROWN g 9625 
O LA GUERRE DES CLANS 

926776 

• WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
97757 

• MACNEILOfHRER 
NEWSHOUR g 70S92 

• PASSE-PARTOUT 34641 

• HEBOO QUEBEC Une nou- 
velle emisston sportive a carac- 
tere regional. 6OO6O2 

• SAVED BY THE BELL g 



trolman's murder is relentlessly 
pursued by tfie psychopathic 
killer. 327202 

_ GOLF Hawaiian Open. Se- 
cond round from the Walaiae 



m 



4«0 

• "Shadow of China 
5:45 

S "The Bad News Bears 
Breaking Training" 27251803 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



5.-00 

• LA BOXE Jeff Harding ren- 
contre Oavk) Vedder. Combat 
pour le litre de Championnat du 
monde mi-lourds. (R) 001400 

• MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL'S GREATEST GAMES 



5HW 

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1:30 

O *** "Cheque ctK>se en son 
tamps" (1967. Comedie) Hay- 
ley MMs. Hyvrai Bennett. Un 
jeune couple nouvellement 
ntarie est oontraint a s'installer 
Chez les parents du jeune 
homnw. 463318 

2:00 

• *** "Big Red" (1962, Ad- 
venture) Walter PMgeon. GiHes 
Payant. A French-Canadian or- 
phan finds work with a wealthy 
kennel owner and emt>arks on 
a series of adventures with a 
champton Irish setter. 337009 

2.-06 

• ** "Jet PItot" (1 957, Adven- 
ture) John Wayne. Janet Letgh. 
An American pitot's marriage to 
a Russian defector is threa- 
tened by suspicions surround- 
ing the sexy Soviet's hklden 
agenda. 4551020 

2:15 

• "Dead Ahead: The Exxon 
VaWez Disaster " 39520134 

2:30 

• CD **Vi "La Legende de 



6:30 

• VOLLEYBALL LAIIemagne 
vs la France. LOpen Patrice 
Begay en provertance de Paris. 
(R) 734070 

7«) 

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S SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
dea •venomento sportifs de la 
joumae. (R) g roosio 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
das evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g 117012 

• SP0RTS8ESK g 000776 
8:30 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g 116263 

9:00 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (R) g 130003 

• SPORTSOESK g 070399 

9:30 

• INSIDE SPORTS 605931 

10M 

• CHASSE ET PECHE (R) 
665775 

• GOLF IN PARADISE 655000 

10:30 

• UGNE OUVERTE CHASSE 
ET PECHE Anime par I'expart 
de la chasse et de la peche, 
monsieur Jean Page, en com- 
pagnie de monsieur .lean-Paul 
Chartrand Sr. (R) S0940S 

• CYCLING 004079 

11:30 

• VOLLEYBALL L Allemagne 
vs la France. L'Open Patrice 
Begay en proverwnce de Paris. 
(R) 710300 

• CANADIAN CURUflG 
WEEKLY 705394 

AFTERNOON 



8.-00 

■ DONAHUE (In Stereo) g 
01406 

• d) CLAIRE LAMARCHE Su- 

jet: I'extraordinaire mais courte 
carriere de mannequin. (R) 
2S36S 

d) CE SOIR 65203 

QD (9 NEWS 50070 72S73 

(E • NE¥fS g 1012 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
430400 

• YOU BET YOUR UFE (In 
Stereo) g 23000 

• TO THE CONTRARY 

Congresswoman-elect TiMie 
Fowler, R-Fla., a member of the 
Republican "toyal opposition. " 
(In Stereo) 62912 

■ ROBM ET STELLA g 77044 

• CAPTAIN N AND THE VI- 
DEO QAMEMASTERS 079000 

• BE A STAR (R) (In Slarao) 
004707 

• MICKEY MOUSE CLUB g 
77S02S 

• GREATEST KARATE 
CHAMPKMS OF ALL TIME 
001730 

• PART1U0GE FAMILY 900203 

• OELVECCNK) 003000 

• SESAME STREET 49221 

• EMPTY NEST Carol gets aN 
doled up for a date with her 
contemptibie ex-husband. (R) 
g 000041 

8:06 

■ SAVED BY THE 
1330115 

8:30 
QD ■ FULL HOUSE g 5602 

• FAMILY FEUD 14912 

• AMERttA WITH DENNIS 
WHOLEY (R) 00502 

• LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
00100 

• SAVED BY THE BELL g 



• SHARKY AND GEORGE 

• GLORY DAYS 001000 

• VWEOFLOW 005115 

• ROCKFORO FILES g 720221 

• POLKA DOT DOOR 41979 

7K)S 

• THREE'S COMPANY 
9500003 

7:30 
S CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) g 00050 
O (S) GOLDEN PALACE When 
Sophia and Oliver borrow a 
guest's car to search for adven- 
ture, tfwy find ttiemsetves urv 
der arrest, g 115 
S d) JEOPARDY 1134 
QD LES DETECTEURS DE 
MENSONQES 30502 
d) m NURSES Paco is ac- 
cused of sexual harassment by 
a candy striper; Hank and Jack 
try to determine wtw is more fit. 
(In Stereo) g 1770 

O NBC NKMTLY NEWS g 
12S54 

O SONIA BENEZRA Des ve- 
dettes et des personnalites 
quet)ecoises dans un sut>til 
dosage d'entrevues, de nume- 
ros de varietes et de chro- 
niques artistk^ues. 096196 

• JEOPARDY! g 10190 

• TELESERVK^E Un maga- 
zine de servk:e et d'affaires 
pubHques. 012432 

S SPORTS 30 Resume detaiHe 
des evenements sportifs do la 
joumee. (En direct) g 500041 
STAR SEARCH (In Stereo) 



PORT Scheduled: Maritet Moni- 
tor. 45757 

• L'AVANT-MATCH 805912 

• DESKMING WOMEN g 
245134 

m VIDEOPRIME (In stereo) 2°^^^ ^lub .n Honolulu (Live) 
310203 ■■*'" 

S MOVIE *** "The Barefoot 
Executive" (1971, Comedy) 
Kurt Russell, Joe Flynn. A pet 
cfiimpanzee's ability to predict 
hit televiston programming ca- 
tapults Its owner from lowly stu- 
dto page to television execu- 
tive, g 0307991 

• INSIDE SPORTS 627028 

• SPOTUGHT Jeff 
Band. 270318 

• IN SEARCH OF... The pred- 
k:ttons of Nostradamus: how 
life on this planet might perish. 
(R) 704041 

• GHOSTWRrrER 27399 

• EAR TO THE GROUND A 
profile of ttie five-member Ran- 
kin family, a brother-and-slster 
band from Cape Breton, N.S. g 
278776 

84)5 

• BEVERLY HILLBILLIES g 
2970370 

8:30 



904290 

• CROOK AND CHASE Reba 
McEntire. (In Stereo) 330047 

• NBA BASKETBALL 578000 

• COUNTDOWN 881300 

• "HME MACHINE Rarely seen 
footage of streetcars highlights 
a history of municipal trolleys 
and railway systems. 724405 

• UFE UNES Study of the 
Healey new drug Imitrex for tfie treat- 
ment of migraine headacfies: 
curing tfie fear of flying. 25592 

• STREET LEGAL Alana pre- 
sides over a f>earing In whk:h 
two parents defend their deci- 
ston to remove life support from 
ttieir dying baby; Olivia's movie 
runs short of money just as tfie 
star arrives in town, g 003757 

9:30 
■ MAJOR DAD Polly Is drafted 
into serving as hostess of a 
1940s-themed USO ball at 
Camp Hollister. (In Stereo) g 

66050 

CURRENT AFFAIR g 37738 d) STEP BY STEP Frank Is the 
m d) RIRA BIEN... imltatkjns, °^ embaaassed when Dana 
personnificatkxis de toutes disotwys Carol and attends an 
sortes et parodies de chan- unchaperoned party to ceie- 
sons. 4252 ^**^ f^er 17th birtttday. (In 

d) ENTERTAINMENT TO- ^^^ "^ "^" 

NIGHT Actor Craig T. Nelson CB CAMP WILDER Dan- 

(CBS TV movie "The Switch "). *•"« » "wther forbids Rk*y to 



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(In Stereo) g 31502 
O JEOPARDYI g 67370 
O COUP DE FOUDRE 

questk)nnaire. 914931 



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dispense advice on birth con 
trol to her daughter. (In Stereo) 
g02S54 

• WALL 8TREET WEEK 
What Wall Street Expects 



JSL^^** ?^ *^^^. '^*"' P^wn Clinton " Guest: strategist 
SSn^^^^ f^.Kl^ '*' Ertc T. Miller, chief im^ismSnt 
2^.CS,^!^Jf«.«l o«cw DonaWson, Lufkin & 

m DROIT DE REGARD 39196 jenrette. (In Stereo) g 00776 
• HOCKEY DELALHJMQ Les « HUMAN ELEMENT Portrait 
Fauoons de Sherbrooke ren- q, Austrian scientist Use Meit- 
contrent les Tigres de Victona- ner, who was robbed of her tre- 
viHe. En (xovennce du Colisee mendous achievements by pd- 
des Bois-Francs a VKrtoriaviMe, ^^i .vemo and the betrayalof 



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• VIDEOPM (In Stereo) 370060 

• KIDS INCORPORATED 
700406 

• PARTRIDGE FAMILY 900003 

• NEWS 300770 

8:36 

• HAPPY DAYS 4040106 

7:00 

• d) a NEWS 32203 30012 

mis 

■ (B) EAR TO THE GROUND A 

proMe of ttie five-member Ran- 



• MOVIE **V^ "For the Boys" 
(1991) Bette MMIer, James 
Caan. Personal and profes- 
stonal oompNcattons fail to de- 
tar two USO performers in this 
account of an entertainmant al- 
liance that spanned 50 years 
and three wars. (In Stereo) "R" 
g 041000 

• KEUY 700000 

• SPORTSOESK g 364047 

• EUREEKA'S CASTLE 04318 

7:36 

• ANDY QRIFFrrH 8613020 

• HARD COPY g 41031 

■ m STREET LEGAL Alana 
preoides over a haorkig in 
whici) two parents defend their 
deciaion to remove life support 
from their dying baby: ONvia's 
movie njna short of money just 
as tfie star arrivea in town, g 
1100 

• d) DROLE DE VIDEO Des 
scenes cocasses croquees sur 
le vif par des amateurs du 
camesoope. 1406 

(£ LES CONTES D'AVONLEA 
Apres pkM de trento ans d'abs- 
enoe. Ronwtey PenhaMow, un 
ancien soupiram d"Hetty. re- 
vient a Avoniea a Toccaston du 
mariage de son neveu. g M203 
dl ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NKlHTg2t7S7 

QD • PK^KET FENCES The 
town must deckle tfie fate of a 
woman wtio claims Insanity In- 
duced by menopause caused 
her to run over her estranged 
husband with a steamroller. (In 
Stereo) g 003is 

a WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
40073 

• MOVIE "Marked for Mur- 
der"' (1993, Drama) Powers 
Booths, BiNy Dee Williams. Pre- 
miere. A fiardened criminal 
must adjust to life on the right 
skle of the law when he is cfio- 
sen to take part in the Justtee 
Department's new program. 



NKMTLY BUSINESS RE- 



Ouebec. (En direct) 990405 
■ JEFFERSONS g 224041 

• HOCKEY WEEK 030063 

• fax 255025 

• FOURTH READING: 
QUEEN'S PARK ISSUES 30134 

• GOLDEN PALACE When 
Sophia and ONver borrow a 
guest's car to search for adverv 
ture, tfiey find ttiemselves un- 
der arrest, g 257203 

8:35 

• SANFORO AND 
01324573 

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1 colleague. 



20730 
9:45 

• MOVIE i>*Vt "White Wikter- 
ness'" (1958. Documemary) 
The frosty regtons of North 
America are featured In films of 
the Canadian and Alaskan 
¥VildS. 07212009 

104)0 

• DESK2NING WOMEN (In 
Stereo) g 12041 

• ISl FRIDAY NKMTI Sched- 
80N uled: Blue Rodeo; singer Jane 

Siberry; comta Evan Carter; Al 
and George. 4047 



• GOLDEN PALACE When • d) MOVIE ** "Plein cadre 
Sophia and Oliver borrow a (1971, Drame) Peter Falk, Ross 
guest's car to search for adven- Martin. 40031 
ture, they find themselves un- d) DINOSAURS Chartene 
^"f^(*'^^^»r90)Q«Tm trades places vwth Francois 

• (B) CSC PRIME TIME NEWS when the Sindairs partidpato in 
9 4<40 the species exchange program. 

• (£ 9-1-1... Les evenemente (Postponed from an earlier 
de la scene poik:iere et judi- dete) (In Stereo) g i6406 
daire cheque semaine. 43044 d) • KEY WEST (In Stereo) g 
d) MOVIE *** "Je t'aime a te '^Mi 

tuer" (1990, Comedie) Kevin •NEWSg047S7 
KHna. Tracey UHman. Un • OFF THE RECORD 10407 
homme marie qU adore sa • 80S J'ECOUTE Les appe- 
temmo no peut sempecher lante: un pere qui vientde 
daire et de vouk>ir raster le 
coureur numero un, tres appre- 
cie des dames, a oommencer 
par ses dientes. OOOM 
(£ QD • FAMILY MATTERS 
When Stave acquires a car he 
asks Carl to teach him to drive. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 27960 43370 
a MOVIE "Perry Mason: The 
Case of the Defiant Daughter " 
(1990. Mystery) Raymond Burr, 
Robert Vaugtin. A 13-year-oM 
giri persuades tfie veteran at- 
torney to defend her father who 
lias been accused of murdering 
an unscrupukxis gambler. (In 
Stereo) g 21509 

• MOVIE **V» "Grandview, 
U.S.A." (1984. Drame) Jamie 
Lee Curtis. C. Thomas Howell. 
Une organlsatrice de courses 
d'autos initle aux jeux de I'a- 
mour le fils dun agent immot)i- 
lier qui s'emptoie a aggraver sa 
situation financiere. 541134 

• WASHINGTON WEEK IN 
REVIEW (In Stereo) g 34202 

• DROrr DE PAROLE g4i000 

• MOVIE ** "Night Terror" 
(1976. Suspense) Valerie Har- 
per. Rtohard Romanus. The 
sole witness to a highway pa- 



perdre un enfant attaint de leu- 
oemie; une femme co<latx>ra- 
trice se plaint de ne jamais avoir 
un sou en pocfie. g 5i407 

• "'Until the End of the Worid" 
84030134 

■ NASHVILLE NOW Mike Sni- 
der. (In Stereo) 401800 

• COMBAT DES CUPS View- 
ers vote on tfieir favorite vkleo. 



• INVESTKUTIVE REPORTS 

"Patriot Missile: Hero or 
Hoax? " A ck>ser kx)k at tfie 
performance of the Patrtot mis- 
sile during Operation Desert 
Storm. (R) 727502 

• RK>1 TEA AND SYMPATHY 
Julia Merrygrove has an un- 
pleasam encounter with 
George Rudge, whwh proves to 
be the beginning of a family en- 
tangiement. (Part 1 of 6) 37825 

CBC PRIME TIME NEWS g 



10-.30 
• BOB Bob must dedde 
wtiether to cancel a poker 
game when two of the players 
make passes at Kaye. (R) (In 
Stereo) g soooo 
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mother forbids Rk:ky to dis- 
pense advk:a on birth control to 
her daughter. (In Stereo) g 
92025 

• AMERK^A Wrm DENNIS 
WHOLEY (R) 20110 

IIM 

• PICKET FENCES The town 
must dedde the fate of a 
woman who daims insanity in- 
duced by menopause caused 
her to run over her estranged 
husband «nth a steamroNer. (In 
Stereo) g 22270 

• (JS KIDS IN THE HALL The 
best of past sketcfies: Head- 
crusfier seeks a new vk:tim; a 
dvil servant faces a crisis; the 
chki(en lady and tfie bearded 
lady at a mate strip show, g 
62002 

• d) AD LIB 00564 

dl LE TELEJOURNAL g 
2032573 

dl 20/20 g 30318 
dl • DR. QUINN, MEDK:INE 
WOMAN (In Stereo) g 40502 
a I'LL FLY AWAY Forrest re- 
ceives accolades from Wasft- 
Ington, DC, for his efforts to 
prosecute tfie Klan murderers; 
Natfian Is arrested on diarges 
of drug possesskxi. (In Stereo) 
g 50012 

• FLASH MODES Le design 
pour seduire, a la recfierclie 
des zones erogenes en mode; 
lexcttetkHi de la mode hors de 
controte avec Gianni Versace; 
la coHectkxi printemps de Cal- 
vin Klein et I'artiste et designer 
njsse Slava Zaitsev. 006844 

• UP HOME T0NK2HT 51931 

• ADMIRAL WILLIAM J. 
CROWE: THE LESSONS OF 
WAR Tfie former chairman of 
the Jo<nt Chiefs of Staff ana- 
lyzes tfie current state of Amer- 
rca's militery and ite role since 
the CoM War's conduston. (In 
Stereo) 22216 

• PARLER POUR PARLER 
"Ce soir, on parte aux morts '" 

(Continued page 7) 



FRIDAY 

(Continued from p.6) 

Six personnes nous expliquent 
comment elles reussissent a 
entrer en contact avec les 
morts. giMns 

• NEWS g 197283 

9 MOVIE **'/: Cahill, U.S. 
Marshal" (1973, Western) John 
Wayne, George Kennedy. A 
lawman searching for a band of 
outlaws learns that his own 
sons have taken to a life of 
crime. 1595912 

B MOVIE ** Blue Suede 
Shoes (1980, Documentary) A 
musical celet>ration of the revi- 
val of 50s rock n' roll in Britain, 
featurir>g Bill Haley, Ray Campi 
and the Rockat>illy Rebels and 
Freddie "Fingers" Lee. 449283 

• VIDEOFLOW 133399 

• CAROLINE'S COMEDY 
HOUR Comics: Mack & Jamie; 
Mike McDonald; Angela Scott; 
Nick Lewin. Host: Richard Jeni. 
593757 

9 MOVIE *** "Shadows in 
Paradise" (1966, Drama) Matti 
Pelkxipaa. Kati Outinen. Love 
t>kx}ms tMtween a fxKnely 
cashier and an awkward gar- 
bage collector in this Finnish 
kx>k at k}ve, dignity ar>d prkle. 
7178844 

S FRIDAY NIGHTI Scheduled: 
Blue Rodeo; singer Jane Slt>- 
erry; comic Evan Carter; A! and 
George. 135757 

11:25 
d) LE POINT MEDIAS 4951882S 

11:30 
O LE GRAND JOURNAL Q 
679641 

B LIFESTYLES 16080 
B LE MONDE OES CHAM- 
PIONS Un eventail de sorts pra- 
tiques dans les quatre coins du 
monde. 2*5739 

B AUSTIN ENCOREI Ray 
Charles ("Georgia," "I Can't 
Stop Lovin' You," Tm 
Busted"). (In Stereo) 480405 
B N8A ACTION 877221 

12:00 
B CD O NEWS 7709622 768784 
6302121 

B ClD LARRY SANDERS A su- 
permarket incident lands Larry 
on the tabkMd front pages g 

52806 

B CS LES NOUVELLES TVA g 
85158 

d) METEO 9457103 

GD B CTV NEWS g 36806 

B SPORTS PLUS 882264 

B MOVIE *** "Dirty Mary, 
Crazy Larry" (1974, Adventure) 
Peter Fonda, Susan George. A 
thrill-seeking young woman 
joins a speed-crazy fugitive in a 
dangerous escap>e from a de- 
termined lawman. 374974 
B ARE YOU BEING SERVED? 
14210 

B TELESERVICE Un maga- 
zine de s«rvk» et d'affaires 
pubHques. (R) 1620S4 
B SPORTS 30 Resume detaUle 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En direct) g 741264 
B NIGHT COURT 109264 
B CLUB DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
908142 

B BURNS AND ALLEN 830142 
B 8P0RTSDESK g 92*968 
B SPOTLIGHT Jeff Healey 
Band 466S82 

B EVENING AT THE IMPROV 
917210 

B KIDS IN THE HALL The best 
of past sketc^"s: Headcrusher 
seeks a n(>< ictim; a civil ser- 
vant faceo a ci isis; the chicken 
lady and ttie bearded lady at a 
male strip show g 657806 

12:05 
CD LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 60995332 

12:20 
(D MOVIE *♦ Bitoxi" (1988. 
Comedie) Matttww Broderk:k. 
Christopher Walken En 1943, 
un jeune homme fait son ser- 
vk;e milltaire a Bitoxi, dans le 
Mississippi, ou il fait la con- 
naissance dautres apprentis 
sokjats, perd sa virginite, et de- 
couvre les charmes de I' amour 
romantk^ue. g 43474806 

12:30 
B OS MOVIE *** "We the Liv- 
ing " (1942. Drama) Rossanno 
BrazzI, Alida Valli. Based on 
Ayn Rand's novel about a 
young Russian forced into an 
affair with a Communist in order 
to raise the morwy for her 



dreadfully ill boyfriend. 740622 
B d) TVA SPORTS g 1179351 
(£) NIGHTLINE g 548005 
d) B NEWS g 87167 

a SPORTS PLUS EXTRA 
152535 

B CHARLIE ROSE 340005 
B NBA ACTION Faits saillants 
de la semalne dans le monde 
du baskett)all professionnel de 
la NBA 205513 

B UPTOWN COMEDY CLUB 
Comics Fat Doctor and Tommy 
Chun; music by Christopher 
Williams. (In Stereo) 528065 
B MOVIE **V^ Shadow of 
tt>e Thin Man " (1941, Mystery) 
William Powell, Myma Loy. The 
deaths of a jockey and a re- 
porter bring sleuthing socialites 
Nick and Nora Charles to tfie 
center of a racetrack scandal. 
Based on characters created 
by Oashiell Hammett. 9038185 
S FAX 408351 

12:35 
B CHEERS g 2652158 
O TONIGHT SHOW Sched- 
uled: actress Mariel Heming- 
way; autfior William Satire. (In 
Stereo) g 3807351 

12:45 
B "Deadbolt " 39238332 
BETWEEN THE UNES (R) 
2830210 

12:50 
B d) OUOTIDIENNE / MINI / 
DUO / INTER / PROVINCIAL / 
BANCO 42027332 

IKM 
B d) MONQRAIN DE SEL (R) 
8315210 

d) INSIDE EDITION A young 
woman's fiance acquitted of 
her murder, but later convkrted 
of perjury, g 476177 
d) B MOVIE ** "Separate 
Ways" (1980, Drama) Karen 
Black, Tony LoBianco. A young 
couple's failure to communi- 
cate nearly results in tt)e des- 
truction of their marriage 21142 
B MOVIE *** "La Flevre des 
planches " (1980, Drame) Irene 
Cara, Barry Miller. Des jeunes 
desireux de faire carriere dans 
le monde du spectacle s'in- 
scrivent dans une ecole speci- 
alisee de New-York. 388185 
S LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
hamais a Ihippodronte Blue 
Bonnets. 886061 
B MILLER A COMPANY (In 
Stereo) 615535 
a INSIDE SPORTS 749351 
a MUCHWEST 724697 
a TIME MACHINE Rarely seen 
footage of streetcars highlights 
a history of munk:ipal trolleys 
and railway s> stems (R) 633351 
a LARRY SANDERS A super- 
market inckJent larxJs Larry on 
the tablokj front pages, g 
726066 

M06 
a NIGHT COURT 109*603 

1:15 
a MOVIE ** "Class of 1964" 
(1982, Suspense) Perry King, 
TinKjthy Van Patten. A high- 
school music teacher takes vi- 
olent steps to save his wife 
from a rampaging gang of sad- 
Istk: students. 480M74 

1:30 
d) NIGHTTALK From OctOtMr: 
people addicted to television 
home shopping. (R) 723*52 
a FRENCH FIELDS 929448 
a LES OUILLES Omnium Can- 
adien. En provenance de VHIe 
St-Laurent. (R) 100790 
a MOVIE **Vt "Night Cries " 
(1978, Suspense) Susan Saint 
James, William Conrad. A 



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young mottwr has terrifying 
dreams whk:h lead her to be- 
lieve that her supposedly dead 
chiW is still alive and in danger 
156513 

B WWF WRESTLING 760516 
B CITYUMITS 302516 
B MOVIE *** "We the Uv- 
ing " (1942, Drama) Rossanno 
BrazzI, Alkla Valli. Based on 
Ayn RarK)'s rravel atxxjt a 
young Russian forced into an 
affair with a Communist in order 
to raise the money for her 
dreadfully III boyfriend. 157*06 

1:35 
B ARSENIO HALL (In Stereo) 
g2i49S00 

(9 LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN (In Stereo) 

8904974 

1:45 
B QUESTION PERIOD Fed- 
eral' 7322351 

2M 
B HAWTHORNE COMMUNI- 
CATIONS 543697 
B PIGLET FILES 810351 
B NASHVILLE NOW Mike Sni- 
der. (R) (In Stereo) 572993 
B INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS 
"Patriot Missile: Hero or 
Hoax? " A ctoser took at ttw 
performance of ttie Patrtot mis- 
sile during Operation Desert 
Storm. (R) 646429 

2:25 
B "Meatballs 4 " 74*28852 

2:30 
d) MATLOCK g 435790 
BMOVIE *** "Auntie Mame" 
(1958, Comedy) Rosalind Rus- 
sell, Forrest Tucker. After tt>e 
death of f>is parents, a young 
tray t>econ)es ttie ward of his 
flamtwyant and eccentrk: aunt. 
6*4784 

B COURSES D'AUTO La For- 
mula 1600 Protec (R) 978516 
B HOCKEY WEEK 269210 

2:35 
a KIDS IN THE HALL 1041351 
O EARLY '60S ROCK 53*4245 

3:00 
B SPORTS 30 Resunrw detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. g 700697 
B SPORTSDESK g 736*87 
B INDIE STREET 800061 
B CAROLINE'S COMEDY 
HOUR Comk:s: Mack & Jamie; 
Mike McDonato; Angela Scott; 
Ntok Lewin. Host: Rtohard Jeni. 
(R) 878581 

3.-06 
O RONCO FOOD DEHYDRA- 
TOR 7460429 

3:15 
B MOVIE ** "In tf>e Custody 
of Strangers' (1982, Drama) 
Martin Sheen, Jane Alexander. 
Parents struggle to win tt>e re- 
lease of tt>eir teen-age son, 
wtK) has been jailed with har- 
dened crimirwis after a drunken 
binge. 5887413 

3:30 
d) WHOOPI GOLDBERG (In 
Stereo) 447536 

BHOCKEY DE LA LHJMQ Les 
Faucons de Shertxooke ren- 
contrent les Tigres de Vk:toria- 
vWe. En provennce du Colisee 
des Bois-Francs a Vtotoriaville, 
Quebec (R) 9*6790 
B BISSEU BIG GREEN 
CLEAN MACHINE 2S2S00 
B AUSTIN ENCOREI Ray 
Charles ("Georgia. " "I Can't 
Stop Lovin' You, " "I'm 
Busted "). (R) (In Stereo) 2M**8 
B INSIDE SPORTS 35*790 
B VIDEOFLOW 6*99** 

3:36 
B PAID PROGRAM *441402 
m FRIDAY NKMfT VIDEOS (In 



The Norlhem Light, Wed., Jan. 13, 1993—7 

VIEWERS' VOICES 

Burnett won first Emmy in '62 



CAPTIVATINQ CAROL - 
What a great personality 
Card Burnett isl In wttat 
year did she start in show 
business? Did she star in 
any series otiter than 
"Mama's Family" and her 
own musical-comedy 
show? - D.C.. BeHevHIe, 
Ontario, Canada 

Burnett originally in- 
tended to study journalism 
at UCLA, but her knack for 
comedy coaxed her into 
theater-arts studies. After 
an impromptu perform- 
ance at a society bash in 



1954. one of the party- 
goers loaned her $1.(X)0 
(which she later repaid) to 
go to New York City. She 
won her first regular TV 
role in late 1955 as dummy 
Jerry Mahof>ey's "girlf- 
riend" on ventriloquist 
Paul Wincheirs Saturday- 
morning kids' show. She 
ttien won a regular p>art in 
the prime-time comedy 
series "Stanley" 

(1956-57). From 1958-59. 
sf>e was a panelist on ttte 
quiz show "Pantomime," 
and in 1959 she starred in 



ttie Broadway hit '"Orx:e 
Upon a Mattress." But 
Burr>ett first achieved real 
television success as a re- 
gular on the variety pro- 
gram "The Garry Moore 
Show" (1959-62). for 
which she won her first 
Emmy Award, in 1 962. She 
then was a co-star of the 
variety show '"The Enter- 
tainers" (1964-65) before 
attaining television immor- 
tality in tt>e classic "Carol 
Burnett Show "" (1967- 79), 
which won three Emmys 
as Best Musrcal Variety 



Series. It was on that show 
that sfie created the char- 
acter of Eunk» Higgins. 




Carol Burnett 



SOAP SCOOP 

Hayes exits *Days of...Lives* 



"Days of Our Lives" has 
asked the liveliest of soap 
kx>ns, Susan Seaforth 
Hayes (wtK> plays Julie 
Williams), to leave the 
show. Hayes came back to 
"DOOL" two years ago 
(witfKHJt her on-screen 
and real-life husband, Bill 
Hayes, who had played 
Doug), after a six-year 
absence. Doug and Julie 
were, of course, the soap 
supercouple of tt>e early 
'70s, as the Hayeses 
mixed sexual sizzle with 
real love, creating a long- 
term, genuine sense of 
tXKihomie with the show's 
fans. 

In 1990, NBC hyped Sea- 
forth Hayes' return to 
"DOOL," with wealthy, 
"divorced" Julie sup- 
posedly set to be the ad- 
versary to evil Victor Kir- 
iakis (played by John 
Aniston). Instead, spunky 
Julie became a sounding 
board for the show's 
often-mundane younger 
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slot on tt)e sf>ow was 
taken by Louise Sorel 
(wtK) plays Vivian Ala- 
main), who arrived a year 
ago after playing fabulous 
vixen Augusta Lockridge 
on "Santa Barbara." Most 
soaps don't have room for 
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kx>king great. But stup>idly, 
Julie was hardly ever useid 
in tt>e story, which squan- 
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memt)er of ttie show's 



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• PACIFIC CENTURY A 10- 
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20177 

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11:25 
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1:05 
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ments d'archives. Temoig- 
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une orpheline de huit ans, con- 
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Peter, qui deviendra son nneil- 
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'S RUNAWAY WITH THE RICH 
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was found floating in San Fran- 
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la NBA. (R) 619006 
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tournament. (In Stereo) 702036 
B PUMPED 379500 
B LONG SEARCH How Zulus 
have combined Christianity 
with ttieir own traditk>ns. 412448 
B DRIVER'S SEAT Nissan s 
new van ttie Quest: ttie new 
Audi S-4: auto Info; viewer 
feedback; "On the Road' with 
Ross Bentley. g 919142 

2:35 
B MOVIE *** The Unfor- 
glven (1960, Western) Audrey 
Hepburn, Burt Lancaster 
Pk>neers dispute a Kkiwa 
Indian claim that the settlers 
adopted daughter is a member 
of their tribe. 47004697 

iiOO 
a TWIUGHT ZONE 32974 
a (B) a WORLD CUP SKIING 
Women's Downhill. From Gar- 
misch, Germany. (Same-day 
Tape) 1952 167952 
a QD MOVIE ** "Jerry la 
grande gueule" (1967, Come- 
die) Jerry Lewis, Susan Bay. Un 
iKxnme est directement imp- 
Ik^ue dans une affaire de 
meurtre et de tresor cactie. 
92239 

d) COLLEGE BASKETBAU 
Mk:higan State at Norttiwest- 
ern (Live) 100351 
(9 AMERICA'S LOVE AFFAIR 
WITH THE CAR A look at the 
automobile, from vintage clas- 
ses to modern sports cars. 
70794 

a ONE LAST CAST 45195 
a EATING WEU A tour of 
Vancouver; cooking equipment 
used by native tribes; Whistler 
Mountain ski resort. 43429 
a COURSES O'AUTO La For- 
mule 1600 Protec. (R) 905351 
a TRUCKIN' USA Stone 
Mountain Truck Jam from 
Stone Mountain, Ga. (In Stereo) 
290971 

a HOCKEY WEEK 732635 
a JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
SENTS MADONNA From Lon- 
don at tfie end of October 1992. 
201622 

3:30 
a LES RUES DE SAN FRAN- 
CISCO 001535 

a CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 
20245 

a ORIENTAL RUGS ET AL A 

tour of a spiritually themed 

iKXise; unk^ue room settings 

buitt around Oriental rugs. (Part 

2 of 2)02239 

a RIOCAU (R) 219900 

a AUTOUR DU MONDE Revue 

des pnndpates activitos spor- 

thws disputees a travers le 

monde en compagnie de MKhel 

Lacrolx. (R) 660449 

a NHRA TODAY (In Stereo) 
7SM31 

a MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL'S GREATEST GAMES 
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a BON VOYAGE. BUT... Ad- 

vloa on how to research and 

pten a trip. (Part 1 of 4) 79239 

3:46 

a ONE NKMT STAND g 
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4.-00 

a CBS SPORTS SATURDAY 

Scheduled; Tournament of 
Champkxis skikig competitkxi. 
(Taped) 40661 

a (B) a SPORTS WEEKEND 

Scheduled: Wodd Cup mens 

. dovmhill skllnq from Kitzbuhel. 



Austria: taped coverage of 
WorW Cup freestyle skiing from 
Blackcomb, B.C ; Read Report. 
(Same-day Tape) 34S177 4i858i 
dl L'UNIVERS DES SPORTS 
676239 

d) B MOVIE **** "Who 
Framed Roger Rabbit (1988, 
Fantasy) Bob Hoskins, Christo- 
pher Lloyd. In a world wtiere 
cartoon characters exist atong- 
skle ttieir human counterparts, 
a private detective joins forces 
with a long-eared fugitive from 
Toontown. Winner of four Os- 
cars. g6177 

O COLLEGE FOOTBALL Hula 
Bowl. All-star game from Hono- 
lulu. (Live) g 393055 
B OUTDOOR SPORTSMAN 
34052 

B COLLECTORS 77974 
B STREET JUSTTCE (R) 007581 
8 INSIDE WINSTON CUP 
RACING (In Stereo) 968968 
8 WALT DISNEY PRESENTS 
Donakl Duck Story" Walt Dis- 
ney tells of DonaM's outstand- 
ing career. 309149 
a MADONNATHON The ma- 
terial girl takes over the air 
waves. (R) 512351 
8 RESPONDING TO VICTIMS 
OF ABUSE How crime victims 
are sometimes made to feel 
responsit>le for ttieir vKtimiza- 
tkHI. 51974 

4:15 
8 "He Sakj, She Saki " 2302142 

4:30 
8 POLICE ACADEMY 754622 
8 DONT MOVE - IMPROVE 
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8 VICTORY GARDEN Peter 
SeatHook and Marian Morash 
visit the Portuguese island of 
Madeira. kx:ated off the West 
Afhcan coast, g 731S8 
8 COURSES D'AUTO La For- 
mute Indy: Revue 1992. (R) 
526142 

8 amerk:an sports cav- 
alcade The WorM of Outlaws 
sprint car races, from Williams 
Grove, Pa. (In Stereo) 383764 
8 MOVIE **V^ -The Trial of 
Chaplain Jensen' (1975, 
Drama) James Franciscus, 
Joanna Mites. Based on the 
true story of Chaplain Andrew 
Jensen, ttie only f^avy offk»r in 
history to have beien court- 
martialed on charges of adul- 
tery. 779142 
8 SKILLS 57158 
5:00 
8 COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
Iowa at Duke. (Live) g 35622 
8 d) LE TOUR DU QUEBEC 
5800 

(£ PBA BOWLING Phoenix 
Open. (Joined in Progress) 
From Ptioenix. (Live) g 24332 
8 CHINA BEACH (Partie 2 de 
2)036055 

B PREDATORS AND PREY 
44002 

8 MADHUR JAFFREY'S FAR 
EASTERN COOKERY Malay- 
sia. 40974 

8 NORD-SUO Une emission 
d'informatkxi Intomatranate. (R) 



8 HEBDO QUEBEC Une nou- 
veHe emission sportive a carac- 
tera regtonal. (R) 001999 
8KOJAK2S2066 
8 MOVIE *** "Ulzanas 
RaM " (1972. Western) Burt 
Lancaster. Bruce Davison. 
Apaches are on tfie warpath 
again and ttie cavalry, under an 
kteaMstk: lieutenant, tries to ov- 
ertake them. 02757026 
8 MOVIE •* "The BRAT. 
Patrol'" (1986. Adventure) Brian 
Keith. Sean Astin. White at- 
tempting to spoH tfieir rivals" 
chances of winning an award, 
ctiildran of officers at a Marine 
Air Statk)n uncover a ptot to 
steal top-secret military fiard- 
ware. g 9iooo3 

8 WRITINQ THE NEWS (R) 
(Part 1 of 10) 1307560 

5:15 
8 BUSINESS AND CONSU- 
MER MATHEMATICS (R) (Part 
1 of 10) g 37637143 

5:30 
8 dl JEOPARDY (R) 1142 
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Athlete of tt>e Year presenta- 
tion: taped coverage of Harlem 
QlotMtrotters tMSketball from 
Los Angeles. (Live) q 4639(8 

NEW FACES 27S16 
NATHAUE OUPREE 
COOKS FOR FAMILY AND 
FRIENDS An Italian sausage 
ar>d chicken stew; growing hot 
peppers at Disney's Epcot Cen- 
ter. S4210 

• DROIT DE REGARD (R) 
99142 

• OOLF DE LA PQA: REVUE 
1992 (R) 613622 

• BEST OF AMERICAN MUS- 
CLE 4S3516 

S PARENTING (Part 1 of 5) 
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5:45 
MATHEMATICS FOR TECH- 
NOLOGY (R) (Pari 1 of 10) 
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EVENING 

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S d) LES HEROS OE L'HIVER 
Invite: Rot)ert Sauve. 8055 
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PASSION PLEIN AIR 742887 
STOPWATCH 24429 
GRAHAM KERR'S KITCHEN 
Strained yogurt; pear fornlue. 
87351 

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madaire pour I'amateur de ski 
alptn. (R) 610S35 
HK2HLAN0ER: THE SERIES 
A once-good ImrrKjrtal ob- 
sessed with dominating hu- 
mankind matcties wits with 
Duncan, who wants to prevent 
ttie man from hurting more peo- 
ple (R) (In Stereo) 316332 
EXPLORING AMERICA: 
SIDE BY SIDE A visit to Nash 
ville. Tenn. (In Stereo) 352595 
SKIING 712806 
COMEDY ON THE ROAD 
John Byrwr in ErKino at the L.A. 
Cabaret (R) 710448 
TODAY'S SPECIAL Sam 
and Jeff eat all of the btrttiday 
cookies. 61351 

6:15 
MOVIE *** "Love Hurts " 
(1990) Jeff Daniels. Judith Ivey. 
A divorced philanderer s grief 
gives way to lust when he 
meets his sister's comely 
bridesmaid, (in Stereo) R' g 
3067081 

6:30 
(D VIDEO ROCK DETENTE 
Les meilleurs videoclips rock 
detente sur les marches. 5635 
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A COMMUNIQUER 954968 
QOINO OUR WAY A visit to 
Lancaster, Pa. (In Stereo) 
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(9) MOVIE ** -D.A.R.Y.L.-- 
<19e5. Science Fictkjn) Mary 
Beth Hurt. Mrchael McKean. 
Army officials descarxj on a 
auburban tiome wt>ere a latxx- 
atory escapee - a boy with a 
computerized brain - is trying 
to btend into society. ^7177 
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S.O.S. CONSOMMATKW 
Comment tirer le maximum du 
Sakxi de lAuto; Quel est le role 
de lOffice de protectkxi du con- 
sommateur; chronk^ue econ- 
omie. •36784 

HOCKEY WORLD ••516 
NEWTON'S APPLE Locks 
and dams on ttie Mississippi 
River; components of donated 
blood; facial moles; Mack- 
footed penguins. (In Stereo) a 



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OXYQENE 80142 
UFESTYLES OF THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS 4369^3 
COUNTRY BEAT (In Stereo) 
728448 

LITTLE FLYING BEARS 
338500 

• SKI BASE 724516 
JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
SENTS MADONNA From Lon- 
don at the end of October 1 992. 
(R) 982603 

CAROUNE'S COMEDY 
HOUR Comk:s: Bob Zany; Ta- 
mayo OtsukI: Howard Bus- 
gang; Tony Stone; Rich Ceisler. 
(R) 818429 

POLKA DOT DOOR 39210 
CBC SATURDAY REPORT 
g 364158 

7:05 
WCW SATURDAY NK2HT 
Final match of ttte tournament 
to determine tfie top contender 
tor the United States title: Dus- 
tin Rhodes vs. Rk:ky Steam- 
boat. 44695535 

7:30 
CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) g 7006i 

CD CHARIVARI ELITE (R) 
1719 

(X) SCUUY RENCONTRE Invi- 
tee: Anne Sinclaire, joumaliste. 
animatrice de 7 sur 7' en 
France, g 22061 
(XI ABC WORLD NEWS SA- 
TURDAY g 50245 
(£ TARZAN 8603 
(9 NBC NKIHTLY NEWS g 
39351 

O LES SIMPSON 755351 
FASHKM TV 37993 
CLUB CONNECT How teens 
are preparing for high-tech car- 
eers; Interviews with George 
Clinton and Loudhouse. 74887 
OMNI SCIENCE g 89719 
SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des ever>ements sportifs de la 
lournee (En direct) g 527871 
S ERIC'S WORLD Kaley tries 
to prove that sfie can make 
bread on tier own: Eric and Max 
have a series of mishaps while 
trying to fly a kite, g 883429 
9 SPORTSOESK g 463993 
NATKMAL GEOGRAPHIC 
"Amazon, Land of ttie Flooded 
Forest" William Shatner nar- 
rates this in-depth look at ttie 
ecosystem created by the Ama- 
zon River's seasonal fkxxjing 
in central Brazil. 818974 
BEST OF MIDDAY 432185 

SKX! 
CURRENT AFFAIR EXTRA 
79993 

(D TOP MUSKHJE Les vi- 
deoclips francophones du pal- 
mares Radio Activite 68239 
Q) METROPOLIS Spectacle dif- 
fuse du Metropolis a Montreal 
avec JiCI Lauzon. 76041 
d) ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Actress Rosanna Ar- 
quette talks about her new 
movie "Nowtiere to Run." (In 
Stereo) g 88871 

(D0 KATTS A DOG An expk>- 
sion In an at}andoned ware- 
house leaves Hank trapped un- 
der a mound of debris and 
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•43177 

MOVIE "Desperate Rescue: 
Ttie Cathy Mahone Story"' 
(1993, Drama) Marie! Heming- 
way, Clancy Brown. Premiere. 
A woman is forced to hire ex- 
commandos to retrieve her 
daughter from her ex- 
husband's MMdle Eastern hi- 
deaway. (In Stereo) g ••7i^ 
BEST OF NATK)NAL QEO- 
QRAPHIC737U 

vi8E0 4Z7ao 

LA LKMJE EN QUESTIONS 

Les plus recentes nouveHes de 
la Ugue Nationale de Hockey. 



RUMAWAV WITH THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Donna MWs in 
France: Dank:a McKeHar in 
Kauai. Hawai«; Bryan Genesse 
in Calgary (Alberta). Canada. 
335332 

ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE 
DARK? Danny and her family 
rent a summer home from a 
sickly young boy who gets bet- 
tar at the expense of Danny's 
parents, g 162448 
OLD PINS BOWUNQ 829535 
MADONNATHON The ma- 
terial g<n takes over ttie air 



waves. (R) i4<2io 

TRAVELQUEST An Arizona 

driving school for auto racers. 

TSIMK 

0FR' TPAQE CHALLENGE 

g3736u6 

8:15 
MOVIE *** "My Girl" 
(1991) Macaulay Culkin. Anna 
Chlumsky. An 11-year-okJ hy- 
poctiondriac faces emotkxial 
confusion wtien her single 
fattier begins to express affec- 
tion for ttie new woman in ttieir 
lives. (In Stereo) 'PG' g 
53839239 

8:30 
d) BORDERTOWN When 
Marie treats a wounded young 
gang memtwr, stie t)ecomes a 
tiostage in tier own tiome. (In 
Stereo) g 9697 

(9 MK:HK2AN LOTTERY ME- 
QABUCKS GIVEAWAY 95429 
RAMP-ARTS 65697 
LE MONDE DES CHAM- 
PIONS Un eventail de sorts pra- 
tk^ues dans les quatre coins du 
monde. (R) 972887 
DESKMmG WOMEN g 
258239 

TEXAS CONNECTION Ray 
Benson, Fk>yd Domino and 
Chhs O'Connell salute Bob 
Wills and ttie Texas Playtwys. 
(In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) 349535 
MOVIE **V2 "Charley and 
the Angel' (1973, Comedy) 
Fred MacMurray. Ckxis Leach- 
man Informed by an angel that 
tiis days on Earth are up, a 
Depression-era businessman 
races to make up for tost time 
with his family 5073852 
9 HOME AGAIN Heating sys- 
tems examined; kltctien reno- 
vations t>egun 647413 
SENIOR REPORT 30993 
JUBILEE YEARS Musk^l 
selections Include: "Roll Out 
ttie Barrel." "North Country 
Fair" and "Henry the Eighth." 
Guest: Gilles Roy. g 289413 

9K» 
OR. OUINN, MEDICINE 
WOMAN (In Stereo) g 66429 

0!) NHL HOCKEY New 
York Rangers at Montreal Can- 
adiens. From ttie Montreal 
Forum. (Live) 760090 151784 
0d) MOVIE ** "La Promise " 
(1985, Drame) Sting, Jennifer 
Reals. Le baron Frankenstein 
donne vie a une femme com- 
posite promise a un monstre 
qu'il a cree. 388142 
d) LE HOCKEY LNH Les Ran- 
gers de New York affrontent les 
Canadians a Montreal. (En di- 
rect) 883968 

d) MOVIE *♦♦ Columbo: 
Grand Deceptkxis' (1989, Mys- 
tery) Peter Falk, Rot)erf Fox- 
vrarth ColumtX) attempts to 
outwit a clever military tactician 
wtio has murdered ttie one per- 
son with informatton that coukj 
ruin his career. (In Stereo) g 
41158 

d) COUNTER8TRIKE Stone 
finds a former CIA agent mur- 
dered and is hekj in Toronto as 
a material witness. (In Stereo) 
g86803 

(S HERE AND NOW (In Stereo) 
gSS803 

O MOVIE ** "La CadUiac 
rose (1989, Comedie) CNnt 
Eastwood, Bemadette Peters. 
Un ctiasseur de primes mod- 
erne, dont le travaH est d'epin- 
gler les criminels qui manquont 
aux conditkxis die leur cau- 
ttonnement. est amene a pour- 
suivre une etrange jeune 
femme. ••••03 

LAWRENCE WELK SHOW 
"Tahoe Highlights Solos fea- 
tured in the stage stiow inckide 
"Green Eyes" and "Cant Help 
Singing." (R)6MM 
PARLER POUR PARLER 
"Ce soir, on parte aux morts" 
Six porsonnes nous expiiquent 
comment elles roussisaent a 
antrar an contact avac lea 
moriB (R) g ttmr 
LA CLASSMUE DE BOWL- 
ING Serie de competHkxis ctiez 
les jeunes de grosses quitles 
(10 pins) en provenace de New- 
market en Ontarto. 404sai 
COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
Cincinnati at OePaul. (Live) 
S3133« 

OOLF Hawaiian Open. Third 
round from the Waialae Coun- 
try Ckib in Honolukj. (Live) 
•••646 

OPRY BACKSTAQE (In 
Stereo) 7*4081 



0OOLF736^7l 
MOVIE **Vi "Popaye" 
(1980, Comedy) Robin Williams. 
Stieliey Duvall. Ttie comic-strip 
sailor maeta an adorable foun- 
dling and the sweetheart of his 
dreams while searching for his 
fattier in this live-action romp 
from Robert Altman. •202^4 
MOVIE ***V2 "A Taste of 
Honey"' (1961, Drama) Dora 
Bryan, Rita Tushlngtiam. A 
pr<^nant, untoved British teen- 
ager finds a friend in ttie equaHy 
ioneiy homosexual wtio altows 
her to share his apartment in 
this adaptation of Stielagh De- 
laney's play. 2670tS2 

9-JO 
O POWERS THAT BE The sen- 
ator and his wife receive an invi- 
tation from ttie president-elect 
to rkle in ttie inaugural motor- 
cade. (In Stereo) g 78887 
GRAND 0L£ OPRY UVE (In 
Stereo) 313245 * 

10:00 
RAVEN (In Stereo) g ••516 
d) FLY BY NIGHT 89790 
O EMPTY NEST Harry gets 
LaVeme a date with ttie coron- 
ers assistant; Charley tie- 
comes Patncks t)iggest fan. (R) 
(In Stereo) g 48158 

NEWS g 66500 

KANSAS CITY JAZZ 83142 

MOVIE ***V^ "Les Lois de 
I'hospitalite' (1923. Comedie) 
Buster Keaton, Nathalie Tal- 
madge. Introdult au sein dune 
familte ennemie, un ieune 
homme est sauve de la mort 
par les k>is de I'hospitalite (Ce 
fHm est en noir et blanc). 61974 
9 COURSES D'ACCELERA- 
TION NHRA: Sunoco Keystone 
Nationals. 225516 

9 "Rush" 803559 
9 STATLER BROS. Reba 
McEntire; Rob Crost>y; ttie 
Gentleman Jugglers. (In 
Stereo) 422332 

9 HAWAIIAN INTERNA- 
TIONAL OCEAN CHALLENGE 
819158 

10:05 
9 MOVIE **it'/2 "Edison, the 
Man " (1940. Biography) Spen- 
cer Tracy. Rita Johnson. Tho- 
mas Edison, one of America s 
greatest inventors, recalls ttie 
most productive years of his 
life. 89295413 

10:30 
® NURSES Paco Is accused of 
sexual harassment by a candy 
striper; Hank and Jack try to de- 
termine wtK) is nxxe fit. (In 
Stereo) g 57806 
9 SHOWBUZ 55448 
9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annonces. (En diflere) 
908622 

10:50 
9 CONVERSATIONS Inter- 
view with actress Rita Tusti- 
Ingtiam, who talks atxMJt tier 
new film and stage career. (Part 

1 of 2) 97999652 

IIKX) 
9 HAT SQUAD A convicted 
killer on death row challenges 
the squad to expose a ring of 
offk»rs in ttieir department wtio 
are fulfilling murder contracts. 
(In Stereo) g 27177 
d) COMMISH Tony joins a vi- 
deo dating servk:e to catch a 
thief; Stan protects Carmela 
from a p8ychk:"s curse. (In 
Stereo) g 20«^7 

d) BEYOND REALITY 63264 
a SISTERS Teddy declares 
war on an Influential fashkxi cri- 
tk: wtio trasties her designs; 
Alex tries to return $2000 in 
cash she acckJentally received 
from an ATM. (In Stereo) g 

71S61 

NEW MUSIC CONCERT 
7S361 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS (Sea- 
son Premiere) This musk: 
showcase series opens its 18th 
season with performances t>y 
former Monkee Mk^hael Nes- 
mith and Emmykxj Harris and 
the Nash Ramblers. (In Stereo) 

14803 

MOVIE ** "La Croisiere du 
navigateur" (1924, Comedie) 
Buster Keaton, Kathryn 
McGuire. Un arlstocrate et une 
femme rKtie se retrouvent, par 
le plus grand des fiasards sur 
un transattantkyje abandonne 
en pleine mar. 7a2i^62 
CLASH OF THE CHAM- 
PKWS WRESTUNQ An eight- 
man thundercage match pitting 
the team of Sting. Ron Sim- 



mons. Van Hammer and Oustin 
Rhodes against Big Van Vader, 
the BartMrian, Barry Windham 
and Ravishing P ' Rude from 
ttie Mecca Arena m Milwaukee. 
(R)MI42>4 

AMERICAN musk; SHOP 
Hal Ketchum; John Hiatt; Ins 
Dement. (R) (In Stereo) 123239 
GLORY DAYS 1»3^22 
JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
SENTS MADONNA From Lon- 
don at the end of October 1992. 

(R) 249535 

COMEDY ON THE ROAD 
From Comedy Works In Den- 
ver. Comk:s irKlude Steve Sta- 
jwh, Teresa Logan, Ron Rob- 
ertson and Louie Johnson Jr. 
•09^93 

11K)5 
MOVIE ***V^ "Room at ttie 
Top" (1959, Drama) Laurence 
Harvey, Simone Signoret. A 
young man plans to advance 
himself in a new town by rom- 
ancing the daughter of a weal- 
thy industrialist. 70S0071 

11:30 
d) L'HEURE JUSTE Theme 
les femmes autochtones; Invi- 
tee: Mk:helle Rouleau. 89671 
d) LE TELEJOURNAL g 
8256780 

d) UP A COMING 18559 
LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
801871 

NEWS g 585535 
DON CHERRY'S GRAPEV- 
INE 967429 

11:50 
d) LES NOUVELLES OU 
SPORT 83314332 

12.-00 
d) (9 NEWS 7803494 872562 
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(D) NATKMAL g 2609369 
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S760291 

(E CTV WEEKEND NEWS g 
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SPORTS PLUS 883524 
MOVIE **V2 Starflight 
One" (1983, Suspense) Lee 
Majors . Lauren Hutton. While 
on its makten flight, ttie world's 
fastest airliner is accidentally 
thrown Into space, threatening 
ttie life of Its passengers and 
crew as it nears a fiery re-entry 
into Earth's atmosptiere. 
53785649 

NEW COUNTRY VIDEO Vi- 
deos by Clint Black and ttie 
Kentucky HeadHunters. (In 
Stereo) 24727 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sp)ortifs de la 
journee (En direct) g 742524 
PRIME SUSPECT Sched- 
uled: a hust)and wtio claims his 
wife is on a trip and is not miss- 
ing; a single mottier found mur- 
dered in a parking lot; a toren- 
SK lab specializing in difficult 
crime cases. (R) (In Stereo) 
124104 

""Sundown, ttie Vampire in 
Retreat " 7674746 
OPRY BACKSTAGE (R) (In 
Stereo) 119272 

MOVIE **** "Grand Ho- 
tel'" (1932, Drama) Greta 
Qartw, Lkmel Barrymore. A 
Best Pknure Oscar went to this 
star-studded kx}k betiind ttie 
ck>sed doors of several guests 
at Berlins most luxurious hotel 

4107104 

SPORTSOESK g 100794 
MADONNATHON The ma- 
terial gin takes over ttie air 
waves. (R) 306475 
CAROUNE'S COMEDY 
HOUR (R) •OOTTO 

12K>5 
d) MOVIE ** "Trois soeurs" 
(1988, Comedie) Fanny Ardent. 
Grata Scacchi. Malgre leurs ra- 
cines communes, trois soeurs 
ont das vies tres differentes. g 
18a43^40 

POINTS OE VUE "Paroles 
dotages: la sequestratton" 
Pour la premiere fois. trois an- 
ciens oiages. dont le reporter 
Jean-Paul Kauffmann acoep- 
tant de reconstituer. dans le de- 
tail, la vie terrlllante d un otage. 
(R) (Partia 1 da 2) g 7M>4i23 

12:15 
(9) NEWS 4^«3^038 
PROVINCIAL AFFAIRS 
72S226Sa 

1^^ 

GD TVA SPORTS g 1^^^«123 
CBC NEWS 72632036 

12:25 
BEST OF CITY BEAT 
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The Northern Light, 

12:30 

0(n) MOVIE ** -Oangerousiy 
Close"" (1986. Drama) John 
Stockwell, J. Eddie Peck. Mem- 
bers of a student-run high- 
school campus security organi- 
zatkxi terrorize ttie students 
wtio dont measure up to their 
exacting standards 554814 
d) OUOTIDIENNE / SELECT 
42 / MISE TOT / BANCO / 
LOTTO 049 / EXTRA 8024017 
d) MOVIE ** "The Gunrun- 
ner " (1983. Drama) Kevin Cost- 
ner, Sara Botsford. Returning 
to Montreal to purchase fi- 
rearms for Chinese revokjtton- 
aries, a young man finds him- 
self involved in ttie vk>lence and 
corruption of ttie Roaring '20s 
305746 

d) NEWS g 34036 
(9 SATURDAY HiOHT LIVE 
Host: Harvey Keitel. (In Stereo) 
811730 

O PASSKM PLEIN AIR (R) 
179633 

DOCTOR WHO 246098 
LES HEROS DE L'HIVER In 
vite: Robert Sauve (R) 805479 
MOVIE *** Slap Shot 
(1977, Comedy) Paul Newman, 
Mtotiael Ontkean A minor- 
league tiockey team makes 
sports history when ttiey decide 
to spruce up ttieir image by 
playing dirty 222746 
GRAND OLE OPRY UVE (R) 
(In Stereo) 496291 

12:35 
MOVIE "Complex of Fear' 
(1993, Suspense) Hart Boch- 
ner, Ctielsea Fiekj. Premiere. A 
series of txutal rapes turns an 
klyllk: condominium complex 
Into a place of terror. (In Stereo) 
g 3400123 

12:40 
(D MOVIE **V2 "Tremble- 
ment de terre " (1974, Drame) 
Chartton Heston, George Ken- 
nedy. Un important seisme a 
Los Angeles oblige un ingen- 
ieur a choisir entre sa femme et 
sa maitresse 63852746 

12:45 
COUNTRY BEAT Sched- 
uled: vkleos and interviews with 
Rrcky Van Stielton. Tim Mensy, 
ttie Skydiggers, Tanya Tucker, 
ttie Jefl Healey Band and Rob 

Crosby. 1524543 

IHM) 
GD MOVIE ** "My Science 
Project' (1985. Science Fkrtton) 
John Stockwell, Danielle Von 
Zemeck. 13353 

MOVIE ** -L'Executhce' 
(1985, Drame) Brigitte Lahaie. 
Pierre Oudry. Une femme flic 
lutte contre une crimlnelle pro- 
tegee par un de ses collegues. 

214746 

9 LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
harnais a I'hippodrome Blue 
Bonnets 810659 
9 STATLER BROS. Reba 
McEntire; Rob Crosby; ttie 
Gentleman Jugglers. (R) (In 
Stereo) 632«33 
9 BOXINQ 323633 
9 MOVIE **Vt Popeye' 
(1980, Comedy) Robin Williams, 
Stielley Duvall Ttie comic-strip 
saikx meets an adorat)le foun- 
dling and ttie sweettieart of his 
dreams while searching for his 
fattier in this live-actkxi romp 
from Robert Altman. 46«098 

1:05 
9 CONVERSATKmS Inter- 
view with actress Rita Tush- 
lngtiam, wtio talks atxxjt her 
new fHm and stage career. (Part 
2 of 2) 108^«^14 

1:30 
9 AUTOUR DU MONDE Revue 
des prkidpales activites spor- 
tives disputees a travers le 
monde en compagnie de Mctiel 
Lacroix. (R) 723a30 
9 MOVIE ** -Food of the 
(kids " (1976. Science Fk:tion) 
Marjoe Gortner, Pamela Frank- 
lin Based on a novel by H.G. 
Weils. Strange natural-growth 
food oozing from ttie soil turns 
rats, worms and wasps into 
monsters. •464366 

1:45 
9 "Harley DavMson and the 
MarttXHO Man 51476340 
9 0000 ROCKIN' TONITE 
Sctieduled: an interview with 
actress-singer Madonna on tier 
new movie "Body of EvM- 
ence"; vkjeos of Peter Gabriel, 
Foreigner and Dan Baird. 
837008^ 

2:00 



Wed., Jan. 13, 1993—9 

® NORTHERN RESPONSE 
12662 

(S COMEDY SHOWCASE g 
MM123 

HOLLYWOOD: THE GOL- 
DEN YEARS The making of the 
Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers' 
musicals. Including interviews 
with ttie stars and producer 
Pandro S. Barman. 751511 

amerk:an musk: shop 

Hal Ketchum; John Hiatt; Iris 
Dement. (R) (In Stereo) 206659 

2:30 
d) MOVIE ** "Harry Tracy, 
Desperado" (1982, Western) 
Bruce Dem. Helen Sliaver. 

829611 
LA LK3UE EN QUESTKWS 
Les plus recentes nouvelles de 
la Ligue Natkxiale de Hockey. 

(R) 902104 

SNOWMOBILE RACING 

380388 

2:35 
MOVIE ***• "Bonnie and 
Clyde" (1967, Drama) Warren 
Beatty, Faye Dunaway. 

46S87659 

2:45 
MOVIE *itV2 "Pin.. (1988. 
Suspense) David Hewlett. 
Cyndy Preston. An anatomical 
dummy Intended for instruc- 
tional use becomes a danger- 
ous tool in ttie hands of a men- 
tally unbalanced young man. 
11064017 

3K)0 
® HAIR CARE II 463415 
O SUPER SEXY D une sen- 
sualite irresistible, cette emis- 
sion propose la mise a jour et 
I'exposition de nos fantasmes 
sans pour autant ctioquer qui 
que ce soit 911253 
SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
lOurnee (En direct) g 823123 
PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY 
724253 

TEXAS CONNECTKM Ray 
Benson. Floyd Domino and 
Chris O Connell salute Bob 
Wills and ttie Texas Playtmys 
(R) (In Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) 
759949 

SPORTSOESK g 7S047S 
JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
SENTS MADONNA From Lon- 
don at the end of Octotwr 1992. 
(R) 759475 

COMEDY ON THE ROAD 
From Comedy Works in Den- 
ver Comics Include Steve Sta- 
)k:h. Teresa Logan, Ron Rot>- 
ertson and Louie Johnson Jr. 
(R) iooia5 

3:15 
MOVIE *** "The Savage 
Bees (1976, Suspense) Ben 
Johnson, MKhael Parks. 
M54i»a 

3:25 
"White Light" 56699253 

3:30 
m GREAT LOOKING HAIR 
652920 

KARATEMANIA Faits sail- 
lants de la soiree gala de luck- 
Iwxing et d arts martiaux en 
provenance de I Auditorium de 
Verdun a Montreal (Enregistre 
le 15 decembre). (R) 556949 
APOLLO COWIEDY HOUR 
Comedy by A.J. Jamal and 
Dave Edwards; music t>y tiip 
hop band Fu-SchrNCkens. (R) 
(In Stereo) 718633 
AUSTIN ENCORE! Roy Ort)i- 
son ("Only the Lonely," "It's 
Over," "Oh Pretty Woman "). (In 
Stereo) 351456 
SOCCER SATURDAY 236630 

4.-00 
a NBC NEWS MQHT8IDE 
241104 

MAOONNATT40N The ma- 
larial gin takes over the air 
waves. (R) •••sao 
CAROUNE'S COmEDY 
H0Hm{R)UaM9 

4:30 
MOVIE ** -BHnd Dirte ' 
(1964. Drama) Joseph Bot- 
toms, Kirstie ANey 
74C^14 

(E MOVIE HitiiVt -The Stran- 
ger" (1946. Suspense) Orson 
Welles, Loretta Young. Orson 
Welles directed ttiis account of 
ttie iHjnt for a Nazi war criminal 
wtio has assumed ttie identity 
of a small-town coHaga profes- 
sor. ••3104 

RUNAWAY WITH THE RICH 
AND FAMOUS Donna MWs in 
France; Danica McKeNar in 
Kauai, Hawaii: Bryan Genesse 
in Calgary (Alberta). Canada. 
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9 WILD, WILD WEST 773479 

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• MOVIE **** "To Kill a 
Mockingbird" (1962, Drama) 
Gregory Peck. Mary Badhani ^ 
Southern lawyer's chikjren face 
racial prejudice when tneir 
father deferxis a biacfc man ac- 
cused of rape. An Oscar- 
winnir>g adaptation of Harper 
Lee s novel 962272 

5:15 

• MOVIE *V2 "The Bees 
(1978 Science Fictwn) John 
Saxon. Angel Tompkins. 
Swarms of highly intelligent 
kiHer bees. Intent on haHing 
man s destruction of the envi- 
ronment, attack helpless peo- 
ple 3220765 

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• PATINAGE ARTISnOUE La 
Trophee Laltque. En prove- 
naiKe de Pahs, France. (R) 

•12165 

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• QNT 3418 647096 

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9 WANTED: DEAD OR AUVE 
23659 

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9 BOB NEWHART 513949 

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9 THREE STOOGES 68376746 

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GD AMERICA'S BLACK 
FORUM Features an interview 
with "Malcolm X" director 
Spike Lee. (R) 56366 
C£ 9 8M0QQCS 66562 
(9 OPEN DOORS 2360497 

9 OLD TIME GOSPEL HOUR 
219611 

9 "Gone With the Wind" 
71103669 

9 M0U8ERCI8E 567669 
9 BEST OF AMERK:AN MUS- 
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9 JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
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J) WEEKEND TRAVEL UP- 
DATE 66123 

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a DUE PROCESS 99017 

9 COURSES D'AUTO La For- 

mute Indy: Revue 1992. (R) 

666614 

9 WINNING WALK WfTH ED 

YOUNG 236746 

9 BEAR. THE TK2ER AND THE 

OTHERS 599494 

9 BODYBUILDING 623524 

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9 FABLES OF THE GREEN 

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9 SESAME STREET Elmo 
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9 HEBOO QUEBEC Une nou- 
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tere regional (R) 255366 
9 ORAL ROBERTS 620678 
9 SHARKY AND GEORGE 
956630 

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waves. (R) 490253 
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9 NBA ACnON Faits saillants 
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9 EYEWITNESS WEEKEND 
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CITES D'OR 67633 
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(9 SUNDAY TODAY (In Stereo) 
g 416920 

9 SESAME STREET Telly in- 
troduces tfie former Little Miss 
Muffet; Martians discover Luis 
xytophone; Snuffy wants to do 
something more "important" 
ttian taking care of Alk^e. g 
37291 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
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9 WELCOME TO POOH COR- 
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driving school for auto racers 
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9 POLKA DOT DOOR 56307 

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9 <S) NORTH SHORE MAGA- 
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9 (D LE MONDE A VENIR 
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9 INITIATION A L'ALLEMAND 
47009 

9 SUPER FORME Une serie 
demissions de dense aero- 
bique. (R) 965253 
9 PEOPLE TO PEOPLE 345475 
9 ADVENTURES IN WON- 
DERLAND The Queen takes up 
sculpture as a hot>by, but no 
one has the heart to tell her how 
ugly her work is. g 606123 
9 MOTORING '93 727369 
9 HOME AGAIN Heating sys- 
tems examined; kitchen rerx)- 
vations begun (R) 7186II 
9 TODAY'S SPECIAL Jodie 
and tier friends point out good 
reasons why Karen shouW 

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9 (9) JACK VAN IMPE 44814 
9 d) VISION MONDIALE 16543 
(D LA VERrTABLE HISTOIRE 
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(9 MEET THE PRESS Modera- 
tor: Tim Russert, NBC News, g 
86901 

9 GST SMALL BUSINESS 
•6543 

9 DAEDAL DOORS 34765 
9 PAUSE MUSrcALE 872611 
9 LES OUILLES Omnium Can- 
adien En provenance de Ville 
St-Laurent. (R) 661098 
9 NEWS g 227630 
9 TRUCKIN' USA A truck cara- 
van through nortfiem Califor- 
nia's redwood forest. (In 
Stereo) 599369 

9 QUACK ATTACK g 649901 
9 TRANSWORLD SPORT 
609624 

9 BREAKFAST WITH THE 
ARTS Singer Annie Lennox dis- 
cusses her life and music. 

630494 

9 HUXLEY PK3 5725017 

9 CORONATKM STREET (R) 

369123 

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9 FUNTSTONES 2797036 

10:10 
9 JOHNSON AND FRIENDS 
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d) MANK3ANCES 4377340 

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9 (B) DAY OF DISCOVERY 
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62272 

9 BARNEY A FRIENDS "Prac- 
tk:e Makes Music." (R) (In 
Stereo) g 76765 
9 TRUCKS AND TRACTOR 
POWER Monster truck racing 
at the Four-wheel Offroad Jam- 
boree in Sedelia, Mo. (In 
Stereo) 694253 

9 MOVIE *** "Pollyanna" 
(1960. Drama) Hayley Mills, 
Jar>e Wyman. Mills won a spe- 
cial Oscar for her performance 
as a 13-year-ok1 orphan wt>ose 
infectious optimism brightens 
tt>e lives of the resklents of a 
small New England town, g 

673456 

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9 HAPPY DAYS 4061366 

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9 (S) OLD TIME GOSPEL, 



HOUR 94307 

9 d) SUR LA COLLINE L actu- 
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wants to meet Oscar's mother 
when sf>e pays him a surprise 
visit; Blair Underwood per- 
forms with Elmo, g 57104 
9 BONNE CHASSE Au pro- 
gramme: la chasse a lours 
dans la regkxi d'Abitibi, Que- 
bec. (R) 670611 

9 STAR SEARCH (In Stereo) 
247494 

9 WINNERS Bobby Rahal. (In 
Stereo) 7isi85 

9 GOALSI 193253 
9 JONATHAN ROSS PRE- 
SENTS MADONNA From Lon- 
don at the end of October 1992. 

(R) 243962 

9 PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER 
"The Last Act Is a Solo" Olym- 
pia Dukakis stars as an aging 
actress who hopes to recover 
the magic of her tfieatrk^l car- 
eer. (R) g 610630 
9 ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN 
WONDERLAND 41746 

11K)5 
9 HAPPY DAYS 5143543 

11:30 
9 FACE THE NATION Moder 
ator: Bob Schieffer. g 57369 

9 d) SANS DETOUR Les ev- 
enements de la semaine surv- 
enus sur la scene federate. 
26253 

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WILDERNESS g 602S3 
9LE DEFI DE L'ACHIQAN Les 
toumois Bass Ouet>ec 

871340 

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716614 

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enne Social Club " (1970, Co- 
medy) James Stewart, Henry 
Fonda. In 1867, a cowpoke in- 
herits a social club in Wyoming 
that turns out to be a rollicking 
house of ill repute. 5923475 

11:45 

9 GREEN EARTH CLUB 
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AFTERNOON 
12:00 
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LENGE g 63366 
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types de moukjres; garanties 
des maisons neuves; la scie a 
onglets; maison vkrtorienne; 
chasser I'humklite; mesurer et 
poser les moulures; ckxjer a la 
courte paMle. 62320 
d AUJOURD'HUI DIMANCHE 
Revue de I'actualite de la se- 
maine. 19920 

d) SI8KEL A EBERT The critk» 
discuss the movies ttiey want 
nominated for Academy 
Awards. 30901 

d 9 QUESTKM PERKX) g 
53634 

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"Rarg" Rargs inhabitants 
must keep Edwin Barnes from 
avrakening. (In Stereo) g 67017 

9 CHASSE ET PECHE (R) 
256475 

9 LIFESTYLES OF THE RK^H 
AND FAMOUS (R) 335096 
9 INSIDE WINSTON CUP 
RACING (R) (In Stereo) 8i8«33 
9 PUMPED 783661 
9 MADONNATHON The ma- 
terial girl takes over the air 
waves. (R) 357534 
9 MOVIE *«** "The Bank 
Dick" (1940. Comedy) WC 
Fiekto. Una Merkel. 691678 
9 TAKE OFF The chiMren ride 
a train of tfxxjght; sheriff of Hid- 
ebound learns ideas are meant 
to roam free. 38543 
9 NATURE WATCH Natural 
ists Lee and Gerakl Durell study 



wildlife in the Camargue in 
souttiern France. 645291 

12:30 
9 THIS IS THE NFL 25687 

9 (ID ALL ABOUT TRAVEL 
72524 

9 CD VOLUME/EGLISEAJPA 
21814 

d) THIS WEEK WITH DAVID 
BRINKLEY g 737291 

d) 9 MASS FOR SHUT-INS 
11036 

(9 BUILDER'S OPEN HOUSE A 
took at many of tfie newly con- 
structed condominiums ar>d 
single family homes in tfie tri- 
county area 14475 
9 ASIA NOW 90633 
9 LES VACANCES DE MARIE 
Destination de peche: Lac 
Genevieve, Antkx>sti. Quet)ec. 
(R) 976369 

9 RACEOAY (In Stereo) 341659 
9 SPORTSDESK 721185 
9 PRESS GANG Sam deckles 
to form a new graphKS team. 
76291 

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1:00 
9 ELI A DENNY 64494 
9 &) COUNTRY CANADA The 
effects of competition on small 
cream producers in Saskatcfie- 
wan. 9S123 

9 d MOVIE ** "Silence mon 
amour (1979, Drame) Mrchael 
Ontkean. Amy Irving. 

•3727 
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•••4^33 

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12331 

(S) NFL LIVE g 79253 

O LES PIERRAFEU 441562 

9 EUROPEAN JOURNAL 

51920 

9 QUESTIONS D' ARGENT EN 
DIRECT (R) 93920 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (R) g 885678 
9 MOVIE *** "Dawn: Portrait 
of a Teenage Runaway" (1976, 
Drama) Eve Plumb. Leigh J. 
McCloskey 518494 

9 IN-FISHERMAN TELEVI- 
SION River fishing techniques 
dealing with currents, pockets 
and shalk)ws (In Stereo) 243678 
9 CHICKEN MINUTE Anatole 
finds a treasure map that may 
solve a water shortage problem 
in the bayou S79630 
9 NFL GAMEDAY 823104 
9 VIDEOFLOW 135814 
9 PEDAGOGIE 2000 71746 
9 MEETING PLACE The Rev 
Kenneth Deman and ttie Rev. 
Mary Ellen Moore offrciate a 
service from McClure United 
Church in Edmonton. 366630 

1:05 
d LA SEMAINE VERTE 
46922369 

1:15 

9 "SuburtMn Commando" 
16501104 

1:30 
9 FUGITIVE 432730 
9 (E HYMN SING Mu8k»l se- 
lections include: "Festal An- 
them, '""Praise, My Soul, the 
King of Heaven" and "l"m 
Gonna RkJe." 94433 
d) SPOTUGHT ON THE NEWS 
77920 

(9 NFL FOOTBAU AFC Cham- 
ptonship Game. Time of game 
is sut)ject to change. (Live) g 
653611 

9 MOVIE ** "La Route d'A- 
caputoo '" (1987, Comedie) John 
Ritter, Connie SeUecca. 
567104 

9 WOMEN'S ARTIST JOUR- 
NAL 1834678 
9 EDITORS 99104 
Ht SUPER FORME Une serie 
c emissKins de danse aero- 
bK,je. (R) 968340 
9 BILL DANCE OUTDOORS 
Tips for winter bass fisfiing. (R) 
(In Stereo) 333930 
9 KELLY •7(t62 
9 SKI BASE 720456 
9 MOVIE ** "Jinx Money " 
(1948. Comedy) Leo Gorcey, 
Huntz Hall. Tfie Boys remove 
$50,000 from a dead gangster 
and give it to cfiarity. 300962 

1:35 
9 MOVIE **V2 "Night Cries'" 
(1978, Suspense) Susan Saint 
James, William Conrad. 
,8716746 



1:45 
9 HARRIETS MAGK: HATS 
47683920 

2:00 
9 (ID SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT "Notman's WorM." 
a documentary on 1 9th-century 
pfiotographer William Notman; 
the Norttiern Storytelling Festi- 
val in Whitehorse. Host: Fkxia 
Rekl. g 45543 

d SECOND REGARD Actu 
allies religieuses 4261 1 
d NAACP ACT SO AWARDS 
Tfie 15th annual presentation 
horwring African-American stu- 
dents for academic excellence 
in science, art, musk; and writ- 
ing. Taped in Nashville, g 26659 
d 9 TERRY WINTER 3611 
9 AHL HOCKEY St. John s 
Maple Leafs at Baltimore Skip- 
jacks. (Live) 669272 
9 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP 
87949 

9 VISA SANTE La sante axe 
sur la preventnn. (R) 17096 
9 HOCKEY DE LA LIGUE 
AMERK:aiNE Les Maple Leafs 
de St. John"s rencontrent les 
Skipjacks a Baltimore. En prov- 
enace du Baltimore Arena. (En 
direct) 636494 

9 BASSMASTERS Bassmas- 
ter BP Top 100 Tournament on 
Lake Norman, N.C. (In Stereo) 
358814 

9 DISNEY CHRISTMAS From 
1983: Jimmy Cricket hosts a 
variety of Christmas animated 
stKxts, including "Santas 
Workshop" and "Pluto's 
Christmas Tree " g 718727 

• CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 

747096 

9 LE FRANCAIS AVEC VK:- 
TOR 1766104 

O COUNTRY CANADA The ef- 
fects of competitk>n on small 
cream producers in Saskatche- 
wan. 370340 

2:15 

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2:30 
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AWARDS 11765 

d 9 GROWING OPPORTUNI- 
TIES 9901 

9 MICHIGAN BUSINESS 
WEEKLY 67861 

9 HANK PARKER'S OUT- 
DOOR MAGAZINE Tips on how 
to pk:k tfie best fishing lures. (In 
Stereo) 407364 
9 WINTERSPEED 463388 
9 A COMMUNK3UER 89633 
9 HYMN SING MusKal-selec- 
tkx\s inckJde: "Festal Antfiem- 
, Praise, My Soul, the King of 
Heaven" and Tm Gonna 

Rkle " 482140 

3KX> 
9 QD SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAHMAENT The work of Can- 
adian potters Kayo O'Young 
and Diane Nasr; the fourth du- 
Maurier World Stage Theatre 
Festival presents dips of Nve 
ttieater from around tfie vrarld. 
g4765 

9 d TOP MUSK2UE Les vi- 
deodips francophones du pal- 
mares Radk) Activite. 39369 
d LES MATINEES DU DI- 
MANCHE "Horizons: Pous- 
sieres de guerre" La guerre 
racontee par ceux qui I'ont 
faite, ceux qui I'ont subie, ceux 
qui en souffrent. Les traces 
laissees par la guerre d 'Af- 
ghanistan sur ceux qui I'ont v»- 
CU9, Afgans et Soviettques. 
(Partie 2 de 2) 96633 
d BABE WINKELMAN'S 
GOOD FISHING Babe offers 
tips for catching tulibee and 
fishes for crappie with his dad. 



Simon's award-winning play is 
tfie basis for this serkxxxnk; 
portrait of a Jewish family in 
1937 Brooklyn as seen through 
tfie eyes of a 15-year-ok1. 
479291 

9 "Waiting for the Light" 
5637036 

9 AMERICAN SPORTS CAV- 
ALCADE The Work! Champk>n- 
ship Swamp Buggy Races at 
Naples, Fla. (In Stereo) 474746 
9 aerobk:s loeooo 

9 MOVIE ** "Five Branded 
Women " (1960, Drama) Silvana 
Mangano, Van Heflin. 499475 
9 L'ALLEMAND 2491727 
9 SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT Notman s Wodd," 
a documentary on 19th-century 
photographer William Notman; 
tfie Norttiern Storytelling Festi- 
val in Whitefiorse. Host: Fkxia 
Rekl. g 262992 

3:15 
9 L'ESPAGNOL AVEC VK:- 
TOR 51169949 

3:30 
C£) MOVIE •*• "Broadway 
Danny Rose" (1984, Comedy) 
Woody Allen, Mia Farrow. 

509104 
d) 9 DENIM BLUES 1746 
9 LES RUES DE SAN FRAN- 
CISCO 274663 

9 TONY BROWN'S JOURNAL 
From 1992. How Jim Crow and 
racism affected tfie black com- 
munity "s economk: growth with 
author Clint Bolk:k. (R) 19036 
9 CHARLIE CRK:KET AND 
BUDDY FROG The animated 
adventures of Buddy Frog. 
Charlie Cncket and their 
friends. 9022814 

9 SECOURS INF0RMATK2UE 
91678 

3:35 

9 MOVIE ** Alk», Sweet Al- 
ee" (1977, Horror) Brooke 
ShiekJs, Tom Signarelli. 
1666369 

4:00 
9 TO BE ANNOUNCED 67807 
9 (39 SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT Musician Moe Koff- 
man, the "'Swinging Sfie- 
pfierd"; artists Eva and 
Zbigniew Kupczynski. g 3272 
9 d) LE GRAND PRIX 
D'ATHLETISME DE MON- 
TREAL 1992 Ou Centre Claude 
Robillard. (En direct) 4562 
d MOVIE *** "Camille Clau- 
del " (1989, Drame) (Partie 3 de 
4) Isabelle Adjani. Gerard De- 
pardieu. Le destin de Camilla 
Claudel et de son amant. le 
sculpteur Augusts Rodin, g 



d 9 CANADA IN VIEW 2746 
9 ADAM SMrm "The Busi- 
ness of tfie Bomb " Gary Milfiol- 
lln ar>d others discuss tfie nu- 
clear weapons marketplace. (R) 



9 MOVIE *** "Leon Morin. 
pretre" (1961, Dranw) Jean- 
Paul Belmundo, EmmanueHe 
Riva. Une jeune femme incroy- 
ante s'ep>rend du pretre qui la 
ramene lentement au christian- 
isme. 925253 

9 MOVIE •*</! "Brighton 
Beach Memoirs" (1986, 
Comedy-Drama) BIythe Dan- 
ner, Jonathan Silverman. Neil 



d 9 HEAD OF THE CLASS g 
6663 

9 PACIFK: CENTURY The 
roots of tfie Chinese Revolutkxi 
are traced in the story of two 
men of ideas - right-wing Ja- 
panese prophet Ktta Ikki and 
Chinese writer Lu Xun. (In 
Stereo) g 67746 
9 BODYBUILDING 117633 
9 CUPTRIP VMeos from ar- 
ound the wodd. 262302 
9 PANORAMA (R) 40406 
9 SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT The work of Can- 
adian potters Kayo OYoung 
and Diane Nasr; the fourth du- 
Maurier WorkJ Stage Tfieatre 
Festival presents clips of live 
theater from around the wodd. 
g 261017 

4.-05 
9 LEGENDS AND HEROES 
Daniel Boone. 60632369 

4:30 
9 NFL TODAY g 90901 
d) 9 mOHT COURT g 9765 
O NFL LIVE POST GAME g 
40643 

9 LA VIE ANIMALE Les soins 
a prodiguer a vos amis a 
ecallles, a polls et a phimes. 
771920 

9 NHRA TODAY (R) (In Stereo) 
607140 

9 MIKE A MIKE'S EXCEL- 
LENT X CANADA ADVEN- 
TURES 662366 

4:45 

9 "The Addams Family"' 
33416017 

5KX) 
9 NFL FOOTBALL NFC 

Championship Game. Time of 

(Continued page 11) 



SUNDAY 

(Continued from p. 10) 

game subject to change. (Live) 
gi423«9 

O QS JUBILEE YEARS Musical 
selections include: "Roll Out 
ttie Ban-el. " "North Country 
Fair" and "Henry the Eighth." 
Quest: Gilles Roy. g Mil 
d) MILLEFEUILLE Magazine 
litteraire. 24017 

3) MOVIE **V^ "Assault and 
Matrimony" (1987. Comedy) Jill 
Eikenberry. Michael Tucker. 
S14M 

(£ COS8Y SHOW g 7391 
O MOVIE ** "Condorman" 
(1981, Comedy) Michael Craw- 
ford. Oliver Reed. 62S24 
O LA CUNKXiE DE LA FOftET 
NOIRE 286253 
S TRAVEL TRAVEL SM«* 
WARREN RUDMAN: REBEL 
WITH A CAUSE The former 
senator from New Hampshire 
reflects on his political career. 
80036 

LES VOLCANS OE LA MER 
Des cameramen intrepides 
nous entrainent au coeur des 
oelebres votcans de I'Archipel 
d'Hawai. SS340 

LA LIQUE EN QUESTIONS 
Les plus recentes rK>uveUes de 
la Ligue Nationale de Hockey. 
(R) 996456 

MOVIE *** "Little Lord 
Fauntleroy" (1936, Drama) 
Freddie Barthokxnew, C. Au- 
brey Smith. Based on the clas- 
sic novel about an Impover- 
ished chiW in 19th<entury 
Brooklyn wtx) learns he is heir 
to a lavish English estate. 



INSIDE WINSTON CUP 
RACINQ (R) (In Stereo) 372494 
MOVIE **V^ "Snowball Ex- 
press" (1972, Comedy) Dean 
Jones. Nancy Olson. 2753369 
ASTRO WORLD SERIES OF 
DOO SHOWS 740165 
VIOEOFLOW 366369 
MOVIE **Vi "Fireball For- 
ward" (1972, Drama) Ben Gaz- 
zara, Eddie Albert. 733366 
SUNDAY ARTS ENTER- 
TAINMENT Muskaan Moe Koff- 
man. the "Swinging She- 
pherd"; artists Eva and 
Zbigniew Kupczynski. g 9M727 

5:30 
(9) STREET CENTS g 756 
D QEMES EN HERBE 57633 
(El CHEERS g 6607 
MOVIE TELEVISION 6276S 
LA CLASSIQUE DE BOWL- 
INQ Serie de competitkxis chez 
les ieunes de grosses quMes 
(10 pins) en pi ovenace de New- 
market en Ontario. (R) 193340 

WINNERS Bobby Rahal. (R) 
(in Stereo) 607330 

6:36 

HAPPY DAYS 4046624 

EVENINQ 

6.-00 

(B) MAGICAL WORLD OF 
DISNEY Disney and the Magk; 
of Fairy Tales ' From the early 
days of animatkxi to the latest 
animated films including "The 
Littie Mermaid." "Beauty and 

1 the Beast" and "Aladdin." 
(Postponed from an earlier 

I date) 60543 

I IZ) PERFECrO (Debut) Ma- 

Igazine sur I'industhe de la 
mode quebecoise et intema- 
tk)nate. 9630 

QD LA COURSE DESTINATION 
MONDE 182 jours d'aventures 
avec huit jeurws larwes a I'as- 
saut de tous les continents, g 
16104 

1 H) NEWS g 1730 
I AUTOMOBILE Presentatk>n 

I de differents modeles de vo«- 
tures. essais routiers. corrHnen- 
taires et suggestkxis de solu- 

I tkxis ou de depannages. 769165 
~l RAY BRADBURY THEATER 

169678 

I BEHIND THE SCENES 

I Nancy Graves demonstrates 
how sculptors work with t>al- 
ance; Brian Dewhurst stiows 
f>ow weight affects a person's 

I balance, g 17320 
~\ FEU VERT g 00624 
I RODEO Bronc and bull rid- 

ling from Mesquite, Texas (In 

I Stereo) 359678 

I NCHA CUTTING HORSE 

IFUTURITY WORLD CHAM- 

I PIONSHIP 739104 
IBACKTRAX 



MON AMIE MAYA 80562 

WKRP IN CINCINNATI 
537299 

6K>5 
TOM A JERRrS FUN- 
HOUSE 1200659 

6:30 

CD VINS ET FROMAQES 
9662 

d) ED SULUVAN g 1982 
LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
7637(5 

HOUSE CALLS 43630 
WHERE IN THE WORLD IS 
CARMEN SANDIEQ07 (In 
Stereo) g 99272 

GARFIELD ET SES AMIS 
17364 

COURSES D'ACCELERA- 
TION NHRA: Keystone Natton- 
alS. (R) 635475 

MOVIE **♦ "Star Trek VI: 
The Ur>discovered Country" 
(1991) William Shatner, Leon- 
ard Nimoy . A bkissoming peace 
between the Federation and 
Klingon Empire threatens to 
erupt into full-scale war when 
Kirk and McCoy are implicated 
in the Klingon chancelkx s mur- 
der. (In Stereo) PG g 556920 

A LA CLAIRE FONTAINE 

71914 

STREET CENTS How to buy 
into tfie work) of fashion with- 
out goir>g broke; fashionable 
but safe sunglasses, g 537479 

6:35 
CAPTAIN PLANET AND 
THE PLANETEERS g 4502340 
M0U8TERPIECE THEATRE 
62161814 

7KI0 
SS ROAD TO AVONLEA 
(Season Premiere) A feud be- 
tween Jasper s family and the 
Kings ignites wf>en Jasper's ec- 
centrk; relatives visit Avonlea 
and stay at tfie King farm be- 
cause of Olivia's pregnancy, g 
1165 

(D L'EVENEMENT Revue 
complete des nouvelles nation- 
ales et interruitkxiales. 83678 

d) LE TELEJOURNAL g 
4060624 

d) O NEWS 63307 11543 
d) AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
HOME VIDEOS A baby goat 
that does handstarKJs; a video 
game expert; a cat that t>arks 
orders at the family dog. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 4727 

LES ROUTES DU PARADIS 
600475 

8H0WBUZ 19165 
GHOSTWRITER Mr. and 
Mrs. Fernandez are overt>eard 
arguing; Stoopdude kklnaps 
Special Agent Harlan. (R) (In 
Stereo) (Part 3 of 4) g 8i76S 
DEGRASSI g 63389 
SPORT SOLEIL Emisskxi 
consacree aux sports pra- 
tk)ues par les vacarKiers dans 
to Bud. 901020 

MOVIE **V^ "Tron " (1982. 
Fantasy) Jeff Bridges, OavkJ 
Warr>er. Computer animatkxi 
highlights ttws story of a vkJeo- 
game programmer wfK> t>e- 
comes a prisorwr in a compu- 
terized vvorid wtiere survival 
rests on his mastery of deadly 
electronk; games. 239475 
REMOOEUNO A DECOR- 
ATING TODAY How to reno- 
vate and expand a battvoom. 
(R) (In Stereo) 362630 
LEGEND OF WHITE FANG 
g 170696 

GOLF IN PARADISE 741814 
OUTLAWS AND HEROES 
990253 

IN SEARCH OF... Exploring 
the possibility that Americans 
are still being hekl In Soutt>east 
Asia; the 1872 disappearance 
of the Mary Celeste and its sai- 
kXS. 840659 

Bm ET GENEVIEVE 
8304307 

MAGICAL WORLD OF DIS- 
NEY "Disney and the Magic of 
Fairy Tales" From the earfy 
days of animatkxi to tt>e latest 
animated films including "Tfie 
Little Mermaid, Beauty and 
the Beast" and Aladdin " 
(Postpor>ed from an eariier 
date) 992611 

7:05 
WCW MAIN EVENT WRES- 
TLING Scheduled: highlights of 
Barry Windham vs Dustin 
Rhodes and Ron Simmons vs. 
Tony Atlas. 78856014 

7:10 
d) DECOUVERTE 31381017 

7:16 



BIBI ET GENEVIEVE T INVI- 
TENT 30006030 

7-.20 
BOUMBO 23120340 

7:30 
d) ABC WORLD NEWS SUN- 
DAY g 79456 

QD AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
PEOPLE A 9-year-okJ Ohio boy 
tells a story complete with 
props; a vkleo montage of well- 
dressed pets; a medley by 
Chut>by Checker. (In Stereo) g 
1974 

® NBC NIGHTLY NEWS g 
41272 

FASHION TELEVISION 
49614 

GHOSTWRITER Stoopdude 

is confronted at the finish line of 

the Hoodman Contest. (In 

Stereo) (Part 4 of 4) g 95456 

MEDECINE APPRIVOtSEE 

17348 

SPORTS 30 Resume detaHle 

des evenements sportifs de la 

journee. (En direct) g 631659 

SHADETREE MECHANIC 

Tips on startir>g protjiems. (R) 

(In Stereo) 952299 

ZORRO 826765 

SPORTSDESK g 404253 

ENCORE: ACTION 77098 

60 MINUTES (In Stereo) g 
90562 

(Q) ROAD TO AVONLEA 
While strar>ded in an at>an- 
dor>ed farmhouse, Hetty mis- 
takes Avonlea's new scfKX}! 
teacfter for a prowler and 
knocks him out. g 2643 
d) STAR D'UN SOIR Un In 
vite presente sa "star dun 
soir ' et le publk: "la star du 
publk:."" 74630 

d) SURPRISE SUR PRISE g 
92962 

d) UFE GOES ON Jesse paints 
a revealing portrait of Becca as 
a private gift but Becca hangs it 
in ttw txxjkstore for all to see, 
including Becca's fattier Drew. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 52340 
d) MURDER, SHE WROTE 
(In Stereo) g 10746 
O SECRET SERVICE Agents 
try to expose a minister wtx> 
has t>een killing off ekierty vk:- 
tJms for tt>eir government 
cfiecks; mastermind behind a 
t>ank rot>bery turns out to be a 
guard. (In Stereo) g 22712 
CAIWERA Au programme: 
condition masculine; supersti- 
tk>ns; ecstacy. 679123 
MOVIE Telling Secrets" 
(1993. Suspense) (Part 1 of 2) 
Cybill Shepherd, Ken Olin. Pre- 
miere. 22730 
CHANGING OF THE GUARD 
- A PRE-INAUGURAL SPE- 
CIAL Paul Duke and Judy 
Woodruff fK>st an overview of 
tfie style and symbolism of ttie 
presMentlal inauguratkjn. fo- 
cusing on the issues facing tfie 
Clinton administration (In 
Stereo) 94368 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
Un safarl-pfiotos dans la 
brousse afncaine nous fait con- 
stater la mauvaise gestion de la 
faune et les ravages fails par 
les braconniers 92920 
PATINAQE ARTISTKHIE 
Champkxinat professionnel. En 
provenance du Capital Centre a 
Landover. Maryland. (En dif- 
fere) 532949 

ELVIS, U.SJL Comic Paul 
Provenza travels across Amer- 
k^ to discover ttie impact EMs 
Presley has had on ttiis country 
since his death. (R) 170705 
AUTO RACING SNck 50 
Sprint Car World Series. From 
Manzanita Speedway in Ptioe- 
nix (In Stereo Live) 485727 
AFRICAN SKIES Rory must 
take a test of manhood after he 
is challenged by a village bully. 
(In Stereo) 189746 
MINIATURE GOLF 750662 
SPOTLK2HT Trisha Year- 
wood 390746 

REAL WEST The sometimes 
fragile art of law enforcement in 
the Okl West. (R) 659307 
LE MATCH D'IMPRO 47369 
ROAD TO AVONLEA (Sea- 
son Premiere) A feud between 
Jasper's family and tfie Kings 
ignites when Jasper's eccentric 
relatives visit Avonlea and stay 
at the King farm because of Oli- 
vlas pregnancy, g 919659 

6:30 
MOVIE **Vi "If Looks 
CouW KW" (1991) Rtahard 



Qrieco. Unda Hunt. g399S62 
ALEXANDER AND THE 
TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE. NO 
GOOD, VERY BAD DAY Adap^ 
tation of Judith Vkxst's chikj- 
rens book atxxjt Alexander" s 
awful day. 160253 
NFL PRIMETIME 746369 
VIDEOFLOW 921833 
IMAGINE 59104 
9:00 
MURDER, SHE WROTE (In 
Stereo) g 67096 
m SCALES OF JUSTICE 
Local prospector Wllt>ert Coffin 
was convk:ted and hanged for 
the 1953 murder of tfvee Amer- 
k:an hunters in the Gaspe re- 
gkxi of Quebec but his guitt Is 
still a matter of detMte. g 7369 
d) LES BEAUX DIMANCHES 
12746 

d) AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
HOME VIDEOS A baby goat 
tfiat does handstands; a vkleo 
game expert; a cat ttiat t>arks 
orders at ttie family dog (R) (In 
Stereo) g 23340 
d) W5 g 00982 
a I WITNESS VIDEO (In 
Stereo) g 29030 
LE GRAND JOURNAL g 
931475 

NATURE Tfie environmental 
crisis on Madagascar, wtiere 
politicians and conservationists 
labor to preserve a traditional 
way of Hfe while protecting Its 
wiMtife. (R) (In Stereo) g 74524 
MOVIE "Un monde de differ- 
ence" 3191123 

STREET JUSTICE (R) (In 
Stereo) 451475 

GOLF Hawaiian Open. 
Fourth round from the Walalae 
Country Chib in Honolulu (Live) 
140524 

YOUNG CHARLIE CHAPUN 
Young Charlie Cfiaplin grows 
up in London wtiere he is 
placed in a scfiool for destitute 
cNMren. (Part 1 of 3) 703475 
NHL HOCKEY 000404 
MOVIE **yi "Night Pas- 
sage ' ( 1 957 , Adventure) James 
Stewart. Audie Murphy. 

852494 

MOVIE ** "Adrien " (1943. 
Comedie) Femandel. Un simpto 
cassier akle de tix>is femmes 
devient presktont du conoeH 
dune grande benque a la suite 
dun encttainenient de quipro- 
quos hilarants. 22611 
ROAD TO AVONLEA WhNe 
stranded in an abandoned 
farmhouse, Hetty mistakes 
Avor>lea's new school teacher 
for a prowler and knocks him 
out. g 021123 

•-.30 
d) TETE A TETE Invite: Paul 
Gerin-Lajoie. 506063 
d) AMERICA'S FUNNIEST 
PEOPLE A 9-year-okJ Ohto boy 
tens a story complete with 
props; a vkleo montage of well- 
dressed pets; a medley by 
Cfiubby Ctiecker. (In Stereo) g 
66166 

MOVIE •* "LEnfer apres 
lenfer" (1968. Drame) John 
Uthgow, Ralph Macchk). 



RACEDAY (In Starao) 304123 

1(MM> 
MOVIE "The Switch" (1993. 
Oroma) Gary Coto, Craig T. Nel- 
son. Promiora. A frustrated, 
whoakiiair-bound car-ciaah 
survivor Ignores friends and fa- 
mily in a singto-mlndad quaot to 
win the right to end Ns Hfe. 
Based on a true story. (In 
Starao) g 60456 
(B) CaC SUNDAY REPORT 
g 04017 

d) LE TELEJOURNAL g 76090 
d) MOVIE "TaHing Secrets " 
(1993. Suspense) (Part 1 of 2) 
Cybill Shepherd, Ken Olin. Pre- 
miere, g 47020 
d) MOVIE q 63340 
a MOVIE "Merited for Mur- 
der" (1993. Drama) Powers 
Boothe, BiMy Dee WHNams. Pre- 
miere. A hardened criminal 
must adjust to life on tfie right 
skle of tfie law wfien he is cfio- 
sen to take part ki the Justice 
Department's new program. (In 
Stereo) g 92494 
NEWS g 73630 
SCIEMTIFIC AMERK^AN 
FRONTIERS Focusing on sci- 
ence and technotogy In Egypt 
and Israel, segments Include 
the artificial reconstructkxi of 
the Red Sea's coral reefs and 
the renovatton of the Sphinx. (In 
Stereo) g 77611 



SERIES MONOIALE DE 
COMPETITIONS CANINES (En 
differe) 259104 
KOJAK 454562 

"Bugsy" 410814 
FISHIN' WITH ORLANDO 
WILSON Offshore fishing for 
redfish near Cocoa Beach, Fla. 
(R) (In Stereo) 619502 
YOUNG CHARUE CHAPUN 
As a young man, Chariie gets a 
job as a dancer while Sklney is 
apprentk^ as a saikx. (Part 2 
of 3) 706562 

SCALES OF JUSTICE Local 
prospector Wilbert Coffin was 
convKted and hanged for tfie 
1953 murder of three Amerrcan 
hunters In tfie Gaspe regkxi of 
Quebec but his guitt Is still a 
matter of debate, g 001982 

10-.28 
(0) VENTURE g 00029681 

10:30 
d) LES NOUVELLES TVA g 
97389 

d) LES BEAUX DIMANCHES 

3625272 

NEW MUSIC 923020 

SUPERCROSS DE PARIS 

(R) 923662 

HSHING WITH ROLAND 
MARTIN Fishing for giant cat- 
fish. (R) (In Stereo) 005982 
BOOGIE WOOGIE L'histoire 
du Boogie Woogie et les autre 
genres musk:aux quil a Inspire, 
tels que le Rhythm and Blues. 
392030 

10:40 

MOVIE *** "La Couleur de 

son destin" (1 986. Drame) Guil- 

fierme Pontes, Norma Bengal. 

26070078 

UiOO 
Qj) NEWS 7200253 
d) MOVK *** "La 
Bounty (1964. Drama) An- 
tfiony Hopkins. Mel Gibson. 



MASTERPIECE THEATRE 
"Jeeves & Wooster. II" Bertie's 
aunt suggests that ha accom- 
pany her to Marsham Manor. 
(Part 4 of 4) g 40369 
NEWS g 8120494 
NATIONAL GEOQRAPHK: 
EXPLORER New Guinea's 
Mack Xr9e kangaroo; elks; an 
adventure in Antarctica. 191030 
BA8SMA8TER8 Bassmas- 
ter BP Top 100 Tournament on 
Lake Norman. N.C. (R) (In 
Starao) 730494 

YOUNG CHARLIE CHAPUN 
Cfiariie and Sydney ti^ to care 
for their motfier wfien tfieir 
father dies. (Part 3 of 3) 996307 
MISS MARPLE: A MURDER 
IS ANNOUNCED 031123 
C8C SUNDAY REPORT g 
2r274« 

11:11 
S) MOVIE *Vk "P.O.W. The 
Escape" (1986. Adventure) 
Davkj Carradine, Mako. 
1000104 

11:2t 
VENTURE g 19176001 

11:90 
ORKUNALS 52098 
CELEBRITY OUTDOORS 
The Oak Rktge Boys. Restiess 
Heart and Dtxiana compete In 
the Saltwater Shoot-Out fishing 
tournament. (R) (In Stereo) 



CENT ANS DE JAZZ Com- 
ment un cabaret a New York, to 
52eme Rue est devenu to 
centre du jazz. t)ee-bop et du 
cool jazz. 130123 

11:40 
INSTANT REPLAY 10192017 

12KM 
d) (9 NEWS 7670160 962760 



d) CTV WEEKEND NEWS g 
32206 

SPORTS PLUS 106234 
MOVIE **Mi "Return of the 
KUtor Tomatoes " (1988. Co- 
medy) Antfiony Starke, Karen 
Mtotal. 
400780 

NO JOB FOR A LADY 23130 
SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En direct) g 841470 
KNOW BULL WITH PHIL 
JACKSON Coach Phil Jackson 
and Dan Roan examine tfie 
Bulls' past and present oppo- 
nents. 207012 

ROAD TEST MAGAZINE (In 
Stareo) 232708 

MOVIE *W "High Society" 
(1955, Comedy) Bowery Boy*. 
Huntz Hall. An Infierltance Is al- 
most diverted until tfie Boys 



The Northern Light, 

meet tfie Jones family. 16953741 
8P0TUGHT Trisha Year- 
wood. 204499 

RAVE "The Prince of Pais- 
toy Park" A trip to Paisley Park 
Studios for a profile of singer 
Prince. Host: Ann Magnuson. 

(R) 137234 

SUNDAY NKMT 4920215 

12:15 
d) LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 51661692 
NEWS 33671234 

12:?S 
PAUSE MUSK:ALE 53589876 

1^.30 
d) LE CLAP Magazine cinema- 
tographk^ue 863925 
d) SPORTS UPDATE 225741 
d) NEWS g 35895 
O SPORTS FINAL 970215 
MOVIE ** "Les Ouatre de 
I'Ave maria " (1968, Western) Eli 
WaUach. Terence Hill. Un ban- 
quier vereux fait evader un an- 
cien complk:e pour qu'll to 
venge de deux aventuriers qui 
lont routo. 150500 
CHANGING OF THE GUARD 
~ A PRE-INAUGURAL SPE- 
CIAL Paul Duke and Judy 
Woodruff host an overview of 
tfie styto and symbolism of tfie 
presklenttal inauguration, fo- 
cusing on tfie issues facing tfie 
Clinton administration. (R) (In 
Stereo) 204031 

QUEBEC EN MOTONEK2E 
La motoneige au Ouet)ec en 
visitant una region differente a 
cheque samaine. (R) i40437 
KOJAK 731700 
'Father of the Bride" 
8403117 

TRUCKS AND TRACTOR 
POWER Monster ti^ick racing 
at ttie Four-Wheel Offroad Jam- 
boree i(i Sedeiia, Mo. (R) (In 
Stareo) 602079 
SP ORT SD ESK g 907002 
VIOEOFLOW 547234 
PANORAMA Des debats sur 
loo dossiers ctiauds des arts, 
de to culture et de to societe. (R) 

407106 

TO BE ANNOUNCED 307166 

12:36 
SWEATING BULLETS 



1KX> 
dl MOVIE **V^ "Le Oeca- 
k)gue: Tu respecteras le )Our du 
Seigneur"" (1988. Drame) Dan- 
tol Olbryschskl. Maria Pakulnis. 
La nuit de Noel, un homme 
quitte sa famiHe pour etdet une 
ancienne maitresse a retrouver 
dans Varsovie son man disparu 
depuis to matn. 5635302 
d) NOGGIN'S HEROES 'Wheel 
of Misfortune"; 'TwHight Gal- 
tory " ; "The Show Must Go On. " 
(R)007S06 

9) SIMON A SIMON 0S673 
d HOFFA: THE TRUE STORY 
Detroit investigative reporter 
Mike Wendland exptores the to- 
bor leader's life and mysterious 
diaappearance in 1975. 100447 
LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
hamais a I'hippodrome Bkje 
Bonnets. 917147 
OEAL-A-MEAL 5TH ANNIV- 
ERSARY 604079 
TRUCKIN' USA Stone 
Mountain Truck Jam from 
Stone Mountain, Qa. (R) (In 
Stareo) 630073 
TBAN8W0RLD SPORT 



BACKTRAX 300409 
MOVIE **Vt "Night Pas- 
sage" (1957, Adventure) James 
Stewart. Audto Murphy. An out- 
law deserts his gang wfien ttiey 
hold up a train guarded t>y fiis 
brother. 500006 

1:30 
(£ TVA SPORTS g 3905079 
(E NEW WKRP IN CINCINNATI 
Nancy's satosman fattier fias a 
hard time getting the WKRP 
staff to buy his welght-k>ss and 
hair-gain products, g 227234 
WILD AMERK^A After study 
ing tfie grizzly, naturalist Marty 
Stouffer adopts a bear cub. 
(Part 1 of 2) g M7900 
LE DER DE L'ACHKIAN Les 
toumois "Bass Quebec ". (R) 
054166 

MOVIE *«* Blue Murder 
at St. Trintons (1957, Co- 
medy) Joyce GrenfeH. Terry- 
Thomas. 102741 
WORLD TOMORROW 
294700 

WINNERS Bobby Rahal. (R) 
- (In Stereo) 557654 



Wed.. Jan. 13, 1993—11 

1:35 
ARSENK) HALL From Au- 
gust: actor-comk: Garry Shan- 
dling (HBO's "The Larry San- 
ders Sfiow"); actor Steven 
Bauer ( "Raising Cain "). (R) (In 
Stereo) g 2183944 

1:40 
d) CHR0NK3UE DE SKI 
29712760 

1:45 
d) VISKm MONOIALE 
9600073 

2:00 
d) INSIDE EDmON A young 
woman's ftonce acquitted of 
her murder, but later convk:ted 
of perjury, g 100409 
O INTERNATK)NAL TRADER 
740031 

NATURE The environmental 
crisis on Madagascar, wtiere 
politicians and conservatkxiists 
latxx to preserve a traditional 
way of Hfe vvhile protecting Its 
wiMlife (R) (In Stereo) g 601031 
LA CLASSK2UE DE BOWL- 
ING Serie de competitions cfiez 
les jeunes de grosses quUtos 
(10 pins) en provenace de New- 
market en Ontar (R) 036400 
BEAUTY BREAKTHROUGH 
III 152303 

GOING OUR WAY A visit to 
Lancaster, Pa (R) (In Stereo) 
471006 

HAWAIIAN INTERNA- 
TK)NAL OCEAN CHALLENGE 
782073 

OUTLAWS AND HEROES 
(R) 339606 

2:15 
"Scanners III: The Tak- 
eover" 17066789 

2:30 
d) rrS SHOWTIME AT THE 
APOLLO Host "Downtown" 
Julto Brown. Musk:: Good to 
Go; After 7. Comedy: Nannette 
Lee. (R) (In Stereo) 040070 
a PRINCIPAL SECRET II 
7M166 

GOLFING BREAK- 
THROUGHS FOR 1t«3 171416 

EXPLORING AMERICA: 
SIDE BY SIDE A visit to Naah- 
vHto, Tenn. (R) (In Starao) (Part 

1 012)400002 

2:36 
CBS SUNDAY NK2HT NEWS 
g 10290700 

2:50 
ISSUES AND IDEAS 
50120090 

3.-00 
HOLLYWOOD BABYLON 
313000 

a NBC NEWS MGHTSOE 
908700 

SCIENTNnC AMERICAN 
FRONTIERS Focusing on sci- 
ence and technology in Egypt 
and Israel, segments indude 
tfie artifteial raoonatructton of 
tfie Red Saa's coral reef* and 
tfie renovatkxi of tfie Spfiinx. 
(R) (In Stereo) g 202093 
SPORTS 90 Resume detaHto 
des evenements sportifs de to 
journee. (En direct) g 907303 
BISSELL B» GREEN 
CLEAN MACHINE 544215 
RODEO Bronc and bull rid- 
ing from Meaquite. Texas. (R) 
(In Stereo) 203437 
SPORTSDESK g 043363 
VIDEOFLOW 080003 

MISS MARPLE: A MURDER 
IS ANNOUNCED 212906 

3:30 
ED SULUVAN g 024700 
QD SISKEL A EBERT The Critics 
discuss ttie movies tfiey want 
nominated for Academy 
Awards. 102566 

RUGBY L'Iriande vs I'E- 
cosse. Le Coupe des 5 Nations. 

(R) 729060 

DESKMING WOMEN g 



PRINaPAL SECRET II 

156470 

NHL HOCKEY 656302 

*M 
ED SULUVAN g 912025 
d) WHOOPI GOLDBERG 
Scfiedutod: Jack Lemmon. (In 
Stereo) (Part 2 of 2) 123079 
MASTERPIECE THEATRE 
"Jeeves & Wooster. M" Berttos 
aunt suggests that fie accom- 
pany her to Marsham Manor. 
(Part 4 of 4) g 790499 
KOJAK 929963 
FOCUS ON BEAUTY li 
176963 

"American Kk4(t>oxer 1"' 
9099706 

CUPTRIP Vkjeos from ar- 
ound the worid. (R) 170073 



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d* St. John's rencontrent Im 
Skipjacks a Battimora. En prov- 
•naoe du Baltimore Arana. (R) 
MM1« 

• OOLFlTMTt 

3:30 
(X) 8P0RTNEQUE: ALBERT- 
VNXE EN RAPPEL Les souven- 
irs des Jeux olyinpiques d'hiver 
d'AlbertviNe. t2774i 

• OLD PINS BOWUNQ MZan 

• QOAL8I40MM 

5:30 
98KS'rVl9N44 

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10:30 
• ASTfK) WOfttJ) SERIES OF 
DOG SNOWS 10MC3 

AFTERNOON 



JANUARY 18, 1993 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MOnMINQ 

5:00 

S ** "Jinx Money" (1948. Co- 
medy) Leo Gorcey, Hunt2 Halt. 
The Boys remove $50,000 from 
a dead gangster and give It to 
charity, isasat 

7:00 
S "Lust for Life" 47t2S32i 

10K» 
9 1,-kVt "FiretMN Forward" 
(1972. Drama) Ben Gazzara, 
Eddie Albert A tough World 
War II ger>eral talces charge of a 
division which is plagued with 
prot>lems. 212S7S 

10:30 
9 "Uranus ' ttiaaii 

11:06 
S ** "SnowtMast" (1977. 
Horror) Bo Svenson. Yvetta 
Mimieux. A Rocky Mountain ski 
resort is terrorized t>y an atxxn- 
inabie killer beast, iimis 

AFTERNOON 

12:15 

• "Shout" 748a«31 

1:00 

• ** "Bikini Beach" (1964. 
Comedy) Frankie Avaton. Art- 
nette Funicelk) A group of sur- 
fers at tt>e beach n^eet a British 
recording star wfio is attracted 
to one of Xhe girts. HIT* 

1:30 
O *** "Acte d amour ■ (1981. 
Drame) Glenda Jackson, Dirk 
Bogarde. L ir>croy able guen son 
de Patncia Neal apres sa cnse 
cardlaque quasi nKXteHe qui a 
cause la paralysie. M0012 

240 
9 *itVi "The Christmas Visi- 
tor" (1987. Drama) Dee WaNace 
Stone, John Waters. In 
drought-ridden 1891 Australia. 
an 8-year-otd boy b alieva s the 
arrival of a grizziad old miner Is 
the answer to his tMteaguered 
family s prayers. S6tt*2 

2:06 
9 *Vt "Rescue From QWigan's 
Island" (1978. Comedy) Bob 
Denver. Alan Hale Jr. The cas- 
taways try to cope with the fast 
pace of society aftar a tidal 
wave carries them ttack to civili- 
zation. Based on the popular 
series. 44«2t44 

2:30 
■ (Zl **Vt "Autres etudes" 
(1968. Comedie) Kevin Hk*s. 
Stephen Black. Un habitant 
d'une petite vile de provirae 
decide un )our de pert aire son 
educa t ion en s'tnacrivant a I'u- 
nivarsMa d'une vMe Importante. 



S "Lonely in America' 
33485789 

DAYTIME SPORTS 



• *#* "Chartey Vamck" 
(1973. Drama) Walter Matthau, 
Joe Don Baker. A small-time 
hood regrets his latest bank 
heist when he discovers the 
cash was actually laurtdered 
mob money and hired kWers 
are on his traM. S9afa3 
4:46 



MORNINQ 

S.-00 

• LES VACANCE8 DE MARIE 

Destinatkxi de peche: Lac 
Genevieve. AntxxMti. Quebec. 

(R) 74412* 

• WCW MAM EVENT WRE8- 
TUNQM207« 

5:30 

• LES COURSES A BLUE 
BONNETS Les courses sous 
hamais a I'hippodrome Bkw 
Bonnets. (R) aMeM 

8.-00 

• COACH JUO HEATHCOTE 
Michigan State Basketball 
304ia 

• LA UQUE EN QUESTIONS 

Les plus recentes nouveNes de 
la Ugue Nabonale de Hockey. 
{R)masm 

• WRESTUNQ SSSM64 

8:30 

• LES QUILLES Omnkjm Can- 
adian. En provenance de V)Me 
St-Laurent. (R) VMSiS 

■ MONSTER TRtICK CMAL- 
LENQE2t34aa 

7«0 

• 8PORTSDE8K g 110031 

7:30 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detame 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g 171060 

8.-00 

■ SPORTS 30 Resume detaMIe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R)g34668S 

• SPORTSOE8K g S734tt 

8:30 

• SPORTS 30 Resume detaiOe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g 344857 

9M 

S SPORTS 30 ftosume detaille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g 300437 

• SPORTSOESK g 500060 

9:30 

• CANADIAN SPORT DIGEST 
204470 

lOflO 

• HOCKEY DE LA UGUE 
AMERK:AINE Les Maple Leafs 
de St. John's rerxx>ntrent les 
Skipjacks a Baltimore. En prov- 
enace du Baltimore Arerta. (R) 
122147 

• SKI BASE 207070 

11:30 

■ REAL ACnON 8KIINQ 



1:45 
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• HIDDEN 
32363410 

3.-00 

• REUNK)N: THE EDMON- 
TON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
PRESENTS PROCOL HARUM 
5504700 

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AFTERNOON 

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• SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 
des evenentents sportifs de la 
joumee. (R) g onsoo 

• SPORTSOESK g 110302 

1:30 
■ WINTERSPEED 204057 
2M 

• MOTOCYCLETTE Grand 
Prix de Macao. (R) 230600 

S SNOOKER 200708 
3H)0 

• HOCKEY DE LA UOUE 
AMERICAME Les Maple Leafs 



DONAHUE (In 



Stereo) g 



• 3D CLAIRE LAMARCHE Su- 
jet Finies les phobies. 21044 
(D CE SOIR 80012 

(£ (9 NEWS 66120 03302 

(E • NEWS g 2465 

O LE GRAND JOURNAL g 

011010 

• YOU BET YOUR LIFE (In 
Stereo) g 40087 

• METRO MAGAZINE 02400 
■ CHRISTOPHE COLOMB 



• AUTOUR DU MONDE Revue 
des prkKipales activites spor- 
tives disputees a travers la 
monde en compagnie de Michel 
Lacroix. (R) 027005 

• CAPTAIN N AND THE VI- 
DEO OAMEMASTERS 100003 

• BE A STAR (R) (In Stereo) 
1SS031 

• MK^KEY MOUSE CLUB g 



• PUMPED 136057 

• POVIfER 30 703028 

• ELLERY QUEEN 211147 

• SESAME STREET 46470 
■ EMPTY NEST Harry thinks 
his daughters are serxllng him 
on vacation because he's be- 
come a burden. (R) g 705383 

S.-0S 

• SAVED BY THE BELL g 
1260031 

6:30 
d) • FUU HOUSE g 4006 

• FAMILY FEUD 0O437 

• AMERICA WITH DENNIS 
mmOLEY 11070 

• LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
01303 

• SAVED BY THE BEU g 
101215 

• MOVIE *** "Wisecracks " 
(1991) Whoopi GoWberg. Phyt- 
lis DiNer and Lucille BaH are 
among tt>ose featured in this 
comediennes' showcase from 
fNmmaker Gail Singer. (In 
Stereo) NR' g 7246iao 

• VKHEOPM (In Stereo) 574200 

• KIDS INCORPORATED 
001031 
9 WWF WRE8TUNQ 000028 

• PARTRIDQE FAMILY 707506 

• NEWSS61437 

6:36 

• HAPPY DAYS 4570012 

7M 

■ (DO NEWS 027*0 64070 
40352 

■ (B) ALF g 3012 

■ d) LES NOUVELLES 2302 
d) LES AVENTURES DE TIN- 
TIN 21080 

d) • MURPHY BROWN g 4302 
S LA OUERRE DES CLANS 
973316 

• WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 



• MACNEIL/LEHRER 

NEWSHOUR a 664M 



• PASSE-PARTOUT 71416 

• LES HER08 DE L'HIVER In- 
vite: Robert Sauve. (R) 576000 

• SAVED BY THE BEU g 
440470 

• CHICKEN MINUTE Mama 
remembers the day Ulysses 
was kidnapped by MudbeHy. 
200200 

• VIDEOFLOW 490234 

• ROCKFORD FILES g 503741 

• POLKA DOT DOOR 46126 

7K>5 

• THREE'S COMPANY 
8438878 

7:30 

• CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) g 1*437 

O (S) ODYSSEY Jay and his 
friends ftnaNy reach ttw Tower 
only to discover that Macro is 
now the leader and Brad Is in 
prison, sos 

• d) JEOPARDY 5003 

d) LES DETECTEUR8 DE 
MENSONOES 51709 
d) • HANQIN' WITH MR. 
COOPER Mark falls for a new 
teactier until fie leams she is 
Coach RKketts daughter; Va- 
nessa and Robin help ttieir 
neighbor (In Stereo) g 2609 
O NBC NKMTLY NEWS g 
60079 

O SONIA BENEZRA Des ve- 
dettes et des personnaMes 
quetMcoises dans un sut>til 
dosage d entrevues, de nume- 
ros de varietes et de chro- 
niques artistk|ues. 793iu 

• JEOPARDY! g 59321 

• TELESERVK:e Un maga- 
zir>e de service et d'affaires 
publk^ues. 117924 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume deUille 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) g 730605 

• STAR SEARCH (In Stereo) 
107400 

• WOOF IH 007315 

• SPORTSDESK g 140321 

• EUREEKA'S CASTLE 97506 

7:35 

• ANDY GRIFFITH 67440M 

8.-00 

• HARD COPY g 06700 

■ ® FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR 2700 

■ d) LA MONTAQNE DU HOL- 
LANOAIS Emma est surprise 
d'apprendre que I* docteur 
Chicoine a t)ien connu sa mere. 
Une vk>iente querelle edate 
dans la famille Grandmont. g 
00087 

d) MARILYN g 40370 
d) ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NKlHTg 50234 

d) • LOVE « WAR (In Stereo) 
g3060 

a WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
14700 

• MOVIE "TelNng Secrets 
(1993. Suspense) (Part 2 of 2) 
Cybill Shepherd. Ken Otin. Pre- 
miere. After confessing to a 
murder conspiracy. Faith jumps 
bail and leads detective Jensen 
on a gtobe-trotting chase. 7*420 
m MOHTLY business RE- 
PORT 76234 

• LES QUILLE8 Omnium Can- 
adian. En provenance de ViHe 
St-Laurent. (En direct) 011031 

• DESKMINQ W08IEN g 
400419 

• VnEOPRME (In Stereo) 
547057 

9 MOVIE *«Vk "Retum to Oz " 
(1965. Fantasy) Fairuza Balk. 
Nkx>l Williamson. L Frank 
Baum's rtovals inspired this tale 
of Dorotfiy's secorxl visit to Oz, 
wtwre sf>e discovers tfw Emer- 
aM City in ruins and under the 
rule of the ev* Nome King, g 

001215 

INSIDE SPORTS 407470 

• SPOnJQHT Peter Gabriel. 
(Part 1 of 3) 313106 

• IN SEARCH OF... Jesse 
James ar>d Butch Casskfy. 
hero-outlaws of the OM West, 
and the questkxuible circumst- 
ances surrourxMng their 
deaths. (R) 509700 

• ERK:'8 VlfORLD Eric and Ka- 
ley have a porch sale to raise 
mor>ey for a new t}ike for Kaley; 
Eric's fiay fever prevents him 
from performing at an outdoor 
ooTKert. g 57*70 
S ROAD MOVIES Eight vi- 
deographers share their viston 
of Canada. Host: Mk:heNe Mof- 



fat, g 910316 

8.-0S 

■ BEVERLY HILLBILUE8 g 
2810505 

8:15 

• MOVIE *V> "Money- (1991) 
Eric Stoltz. Maryam D'Abo. A 
workj-weary French detective 
ar>d a womanizing Turk join a 
your>g man's quest to take re- 
venge on the ex-Nazi wtx} stole 
his father's forturw. 'NR' g 



8:30 

• CURRENT AFFAIR g 67215 
S d NORTHWOOO Maria 
forces Jason to face tfie truth 
about ttwir future togett>er. g 
1605 

(D TAQUINONS LA PLANETE 
Magazine d'informatkyi humor- 
Istique du groupe Les Bleu 
Poudre." 20506 

QD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Patrick Swayze Ulks 
about his movie "Honor AnKxig 
Thieves." (In Stereo) g 30741 
GD • MURPHY BROWN Mur- 
phys friends try to find fier a 
date wtwn she finally gets In- 
vited to the Inaugural BaH. (In 
Stereo) g 0057 

a JEOPAROYI g 33905 

O COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 

questionnaire. 961470 

• DETROIT BLACK JOURNAL 
54741 

• 08INI SCIENCE Sujets: les 
elements composes et les liai- 
sons chlmk^ues: la biere: les ca- 
talyseurs et syntfiese chimk^ue. 
69673 

• JEFFERSONS g 446025 

• BEST OF AMERK:AN MUS- 
CLE 416606 

FAX 103403 

• QUESTKM OF JU8TK:E g 



• ODYSSEY Jay and his 
friends finally reach the Tower 
only to discover tttat Macro is 
rK>w tt>e leader and Brad is in 
prison. 303401 

8:36 

• SAHFORO AND SON 
706021S 

9:00 

■ d) • EVENINQ SHADE (In 
Stereo) g 00003 7i400 

■ (B) CSC PRIME TIME NEWS 
g7025 

• GD L'OR DU TEMPS Davk) 
se mefle de Damien. Marc et 
FrarKXMS ont une vk)lente con- 
frontatkxi. Sebastien menace 
Julie davoir recours a la k>i 
pour obtenir la garde des en- 
fants. g 73321 

GD CORMORAN Le flls de I'avo- 
cat Legris. ArmarKl. semble 
sinteresser a Flavie et cela ne 
deplait pas a Flammand. Cle- 
ment recoit le docteur Cormo- 
ran pour un examen. g 70405 
d) FBI: THE UNTOLD STORIES 
A taxpayer takes out his anger 
against tt>e Internal Revenue 
Servk:e by tx>mt)ing an office 
bulMing in Los Angeles. (In 
Stereo) g 57437 
a FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR (In Stereo) g 02303 
MOVIE ** "Detective a Hol- 
lywood" (1989. Drame) TeMy 
Savalas, Helerte Udy. Celebre 
pour avoir tenu le rote dun de- 
tective prive a la televiskxi, un 
acteur est engage par une 
jeur>e femme pour retrouver 
son petit ami qui a disparu 
33516* 

S TRAVELS American natural- 
ist Robert Forbes Perkins pad- 
dles atong the canals and rivers 
of Ertgland and ScottarKi, ex- 
pkxing the country Ns arKes- 
tors left 29 generatk)ns ago. (In 
Stereo) g 75303 

• POINTS DE VUE Paroles 
d'otages: le retour ' Des otages 
nous parlent de la difTk:ulte 
d adaptatk)n a ur«e vie Htre, a 
une famille, a une societe qui a 
change sans eux. (Partie 2 de 2) 
00215 

• A COMMUNNMER 090321 

• STELLAR GOSPEL MUSK 
AWARDS The eighth annual tri- 
bute to black gospel musk: fea- 
tures performances by the An- 
ointed Pace Sisters, SNrtey 
Caesar, Daryl Coiey, the L.A. 
Mass Chok. Sounds of Black- 
ness and Vwkle WInans. Hosts: 
Marilyn McCoo. Clifton Davis. 
From UCLA's Royce Hall in Los 



Angale*. (In Stereo) 555070 

• CROOK AND CHASE (In 
Stereo) 550321 

■ NFL'S GREATEST MO- 
MENTS 6*1005 

• JERRY LEE LEWIS: STORY 
OF ROCK AND ROLL DA Pen 
nebaker and partr>er Chris He- 
gedus create tf>e uttmate por- 
trait of this performer. 4*4419 

• POLE TO POLE Shifting 
Sands " Michael Palin reaches 
Africa, hoping to conquer de- 
sert arxj drought: anxkxjs mo- 
ments in the Sudan. (Pari 4 of 8) 
S9902S 

• VISTA Joomey through the 
past, present and future of vir- 
tual reality. 71506 

• FRESH PRINCE OF BEL- 
AIR 750790 

9M 

• MOVIE ***Vt "Chisum" 
(1970, Western) John Wayne, 
Forrest Tucker The owner of a 
vast New Mexico cattle empire 
kx:ks fKxns with an unscrupu- 
kxjs businessman determined 
to dominate the entire Pecos 
regksn. 9*203012 

9:30 
S HEARTS AFIRE (In Stereo) 
g 91506 

dl AMERK:AN DETECTIVE 
Detective John Blackman liter- 
ally uses his sense of smell to 
uncover a methamphetamirvj 
lab. (In Stereo) g 50073 
d) a BLOSSOM (In Stereo) 
g 41147 47037 

m LES VACANCES DE MARIE 
Destinatkxi de peche: La Ri- 
viere Madeleine, Gaspesie. 
Quet>ec 677401 

• GREATEST KARATE 
CHAMPKMS OF AU TIME 
703100 

NORTHWOOD Maria forces 
Jason to face the truth atxxjt 
their future together, g 069700 

MURPHY BROWN Murphy s 
friends try to find tier a date 
wfien she finally gets invited to 
the Inaugural BaN. (In Stereo) g 
51976 

(Si MAN AUVE Cottage 13. 
an Ontario program tf>at offers 
an alternative to drug tfierapy 
arxj hospitalizatk>n for people 
with mental illness, g 96120 
d) LES HERITIERS DU 
REVE Determines a intenter 
des poursurtes contre I'entre- 
pnse Murakame. Mack. Karen, 
Paula et Gary demartdent inno- 
cemment a Abt>y de partKtper a 
leur offensive. 03700 
dl LA LOI DE LOS ANGELES A 
la suite dun dellt de fuite. le mil- 
lk)nnaire Howard Grady est ac- 
cuse du meurtre d un sans-abri. 
C.J. represente Susan Bkx>m 
et Mk:hail Olinskov devant les 
Servk:es d ImmigratKsn. 29*42 
dl MOVIE "Telling Secrets' 
(1993, Suspense) (Pari 2 of 2) 
CyNI Shepherd, Ken Olwi. Pre- 
miere. After confessing to a 
murder conspiracy, Faith jumps 
bail arxl leads detective Jensen 
on a gk>t)e-trotting chase. (In 
Stereo) g 4*7** 
(£0 MOVIE g 9607* 
a MOVIE "Desperate Rescue: 
The Cathy Mahone Story" 
(1993. Drama) Mariel Hemir^- 
way. Clancy Brown Premiere. 
A woman Is forced to hire ex- 
commandos to retrieve tier 
daugfiter from Iter ex- 
husband's MMdto Eastern hi- 
deaway (In Stereo) g 99963 
NEWS g 14234 
MOVIE "Simple Justk»" 
(1992. Drama) Peter Francis 
James, Jantes Avery. Pre- 
miere. Tfw legal strategy arxl 
social struggle that resulted in 
tt>e Supreme Couri s rulirtg in 
the larKlmark Brown vs. Board 
of Educatnn of Topeka case. 
Based on the book by Ricfiard 
Kluger. An "American Experi- 
ence" presentatran. (In Stereo) 

g 1197*0 

NORO-SUD Une emtsskxi 

d"informatk)n IntematKXWle. 

53234 

UONE OUVERTE CHASSE 
ET PECHE Anime par I'expert 
de la chasse et de la pecfw. 
monsieur Jean Page, en com- 
pagnie de monsieur Jean-Paul 
Chartrand Sr *oi*M 
"Dead Again" 47*0321 



0NASH /ILLE NOW From Op- 
rylands General Jackson Riv- 
ertxMt. (In Stereo) 50070* 
MOVIE ***V2 -Quariet " 
(1948. Drama) Basil Radford. 
Mai Zetteriing. W Somerset 
Maugham introduces four 
adaptations of his most beguil- 
ing tales: "The Facts of Life," 
"The Alien Corn." "The Kite" 
arxl "The Cotonei's Lady." 

159741 

VIDEOFLOW 746*54 
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rats, vMxms and wasps into 
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9 SPOTUQHT Peter GatNlel. 

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Dance" (1936, Musical) Eleanor 
Powell. James Stewart. Cole 
Porter provided the music ar>d 
lyrics for this tale of a dancer 
who becomes a sensation 
whan she's chosen to replace a 
temperamental revue star. 

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(1955. Drama) James Stewart. 
June ANyson. Les proMemes 
conjugaux et professionneis 
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*CODCO* gets even, not mad 



Alcoholic families, sexual 
abuse by jxiests. disparity 
between rich and poor, a 
cynical view of govem- 
nnent - this is funny? 

It Is, in the hands of 
"CODCO." The New- 
foundland comedy troupe, 
whose cutting, satirical 
material is seen Wednes- 



get 
so- 



day nights on CBC. 
their Inspiration from 
ciety's problems 

"We appreciate just plain 
silliness, but a lot of the 
stuff that makes us laugh 
just happens to be tf>ings 
we are realty upset 
about," says "CODCO" 
veteran Mary Walsh. 



MONDAY 




In NBC's "Desperate Rescue: The 
Cathy Mahone Story," Mariel 
Hemingway (r.) stars as a mother 
who goes in search of her 7-year- 
old daughter, who has been abduct- 
ed by the woman's ex-husband to 
his Middle Eastern homeland. Jeff 
Kober (1.) plays a commando who 
helps her. It airs Monday, Jan. 18. 



• MUCHWEST Sltni 

• POLE TO POLE "Shmmg 
Sands" Mk:hael PaHn reaches 
Africa, hoping to conquer de- 
sert and drought: anxious mo- 
ments in the Sudan. (R) (Part 4 
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(1977, Drama) Jack Lammon, 
Lee Grant. An unsuocaaslul 
skyiacking leaves a jutmbo 747, 
its passangars and a priceless 
art coMectton in^iped below the 
waves in the Bermuda Triangle. 
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OF ROCK AND ROU DA. Pen- 
"•baker and partner Chris He- 
gedus create the ultimate por- 
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black tree kangaroo: elks; an 
adventure in Antarctica. (R) 
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2:00 

• TRAVELS American natural- 
ist RotMri Forbes Perkins pad- 
dles akxig the caruils and rivers 
of England and Scotland, ex- 
pkxing ttie country his ances- 
tors left 29 generatkxis ago. (In 
Stereo) g M2tt7 

• NASHVILLE NOW From Op- 
ryland's General Jackson Riv- 
ertXMt. (R) (In Stereo) 4t234« 

• OLD PMS BOWUNQ MMS1 

• SHERLOCK HOLMES MYS- 
TERIES -The Second Stain " A 
government minister's wife is 
involved with a murder In West- 
minster. (R) tMon 

• MOVIE *** -The Glenn 
MiNer Story" (1954, Btography) 
James Stewart, June ANyson. 
Twenty swing tunes are fea- 
tured in tfiis dramatizatton of 
the Hfe and times of the trom- 
bone player who became one 
of ttie most popular bIg-tMfKt 
leaders of his day. SM«722i 

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■ HEBOO QUEBEC Una nou- 
veNe emiaaion sportive a carac- 
tare regkNial. (R) iMiM 

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2:38 

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• MOVIE -Simpte Justice" 
(1992. Dranta) Peter Francis 
James, James Avery. Pre- 
miere. The legal strategy and 
social struggle that resuNed in 
the Suprente Court's njNng in 
Ihe landmarit Brown vs. Board 
of Education of Topeka case. 
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3:60 

• MOVIE **«* 'The Man 
Who WouM Be King " (1975. 
Adventure) Sean Connery. Mi- 
chael Caine. Based on the story 
by Rudyard Kipling. Two British 
soMiers set out to daim the 
ricftes and power of a remote, 
legendary kingdom. 1M44722 

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• LA CLASSraUE DE BOWL- 

■M Serie de competitkxis Chez 
les jeunes de grosses quilles 
(10 pins) en provertaoe de New- 
marttet en Ontario. (R) •mot 

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Wfiat seems to upset 
"CODCO" most is tt>e Ro- 
man Catholic Church. 
Sexual atxjse by priests is 
a recurring tfteme in 
"CODCO" sketches, 

some of them based on 
real cases such as the no- 
torious sexual scarxjal in- 
volving boys at tfie church- 
run Mount Cashel orphan- 
age in tfieir hometown of 
St. John's. Two years ago, 
CBC refused to air a 
sketch in which "CODCO" 
trouper Artdy Jones 
played a priest who lusted 
after anotfwr priest's 
young lover. Jones left the 
sf>ow shortly after, over 
CBC's handUrtg of tfte af- 
fair. 

In tf>e recent "Boys of St. 
Virx^nt. " based in part on 
the Mount Casfiel scar>dal, 
Walsh played a radio talk- 
show fiost. 

"We are all Catholics," 
says Walsh, "so we all 
lived it. I don't nnean tfiat 
we were sexually abused, 
but we lived in that milieu " 

Not all of "CODCO ' s 
material is politically 



charged. Walsh's ott>er 
characters include the 
Grease Queen, a motorcy- 
cle mama wtio looks like 
Roseanne ArrK>k) in fringe 
and leatt)er, and Matikla, 
one of the spinsteriy "Fri- 
day Night Giris. " 

Livirig on "tfie Rock" 
gives the "CODCO" 
troupe its perspective, and 
Walsh says sfie wants to 
stay in Newfoundland 
rattier tfian pursue tfie 
siren call of Hollywood. 

"Our humor and our 
character seem to come 
from fiere, and our sensi- 
bility comes from fiere," 
Walsh points out. "I 
coukJn't say for tfie rest of 
(the) CODCO' (players), 
but this is wfiere I am com- 
fortable and happy. MaytM 
I've never been ambitkxjs. 
I know tfiere is something 
else that I want to do. I 
don't know exactly what it 
is, but I know it's not being 
in somebody else's mov- 
ies in Hollywood. Tfie 
American end of tfie 
dream really doesn't ap- 
peal to me." 



The Northern Light, Wed.. Jan. 13, 1993—13 



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• DAILY R.S.V.P. 



YOUR HOROSCOPE 



ARIES (March 21-April 19) Now that you*r« finally 
reaping the harvest of your efforts at work, it's time to 
consider a much-needed vacation. Even a weekend 
getaway would go a long way toward recharging those 
creative batteries. 

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You may find it difficult 
this week to figure out what's motivating certain people's 
actions. Don't let this get you down. All will be clear very 
soon. In the meantime, try to have a relaxing, do-nothing 
weekend. 

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Romance is in the stars for 
you this week, whether single or anached. Take full ad- 
vantage of this. Let your imaginatian go, and indulge all 
those fuughty fantasies. Your partner will be more than 
willing. 

CANCER (June 2 1-July 22) It's time to move out of the 
play mode and get back to reality. Take care of all that 
unfinished business waiting for you at work. If you don't, 
you'll find yourself working into the weekend. 

LEO (July 23-August 22) This is a good week for you 
to take stock of your physical needs. A bit more exercise 
wouldn't hurt, and it woul J be wise to pay attention to your 
diet. You've been a bit negligent in that area since the 
holidays. 

VIRGO (August 23-Septerober 22) While it's "back to 
the drawing board" time for you, you will find yourself 
feeling invigorated by the challenge. As a result, you'll be 
burning that midnight oil. A loved one may disapprove, 
but all your work will pay off. 

LIBRA (September 23-October 22) Family and friends 
will be impressed with how well you handle some minor 
disappointments. By the end of the week, everything will 
be looking up once again, leaving you refreshed and 
relieved for the weekend's socializing. Accept invitations 
out, and enjoy. 

SCORPIO (October 23-November 21) Last week, it 
seemed you coukln't do anything wrong if you tried. This 
week, events don't flow quite so smoothly. However, 
you're up to the challenge and fmd creative ways of 
handling it. Rest up this weekend. 

SAGITTARIUS (November 22-December 21) The 
time for lying tow is over. Others will kx>k to you this week 
for the answers, and you'll be able to provide that much- 
needed leadership with your innovative approach. Higher- 
ups take notice, and a ftnaiKial bonus could very well be 
in your future. 

CAPRICORN (December 22-January 19) The begin- 
ning of the week will find you somewhat lethargic, and a 
bit down. However, toward midweek, things will once 
again be looking up. Even better, by the weekend, you will 
be positively beaming. Go out and party this weekend. You 
deserve it 

AQUARIUS (January 20-February 18) You're going to 
have to resist the temptation to fly off in a million different 
directions this week. A problem at hand will require all 
your energy and concentration. Let that brilliant Aquarian 
mind do its best stuff. 

PISCES (February 19-March 20) You are not awaie of 
it, but a k>ved one is not pleased with your tendency toward 
picky criticisms. Think carefully about this, and you will 
find some of your critiques are unjustified and blown out 
of proportion. Spend the weekend making up hurt feelings. 

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currency 

11. Slept noisily 

12. Coordinated 

14. Traveled 

15. Fireman's 
need 

16. Paid notices 

17. Gene or Grace 

19. Author Levin 

20. Shift 

22. Sandra or 
Frances 

23. Ensiuue 

24. German city 
26. Repeat 

28. Persian, for 
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39. Graduated one 

40. Resinous 
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43. Weight 

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medium 

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9. Mrs. Gandhi, 
to friend 

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13. Curtain 
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neckwear 
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unit 
25. King Cole 
27. Corisume 
29. Bank 

employees 

31. Kefauver 

32. Drunk (slang) 

33. Sore 

34. (3al of song 

36. Italian 
painter 

37. Decrees 

38. Affray 
41. Oven bird 

44. The birds 

45. — contendere 
48. Chemical 

suffix 
50. Sign of the 
zodiac 




14— The Northern Light, Wed., Jan. 13, 1993 



TUE.SDAY 



JANUARY 19, ins 
DAYTIME MOVIES 

MORNING 

S.-00 
**Vi -Rabbit. Run' (1970. 
Drama) James Caan, Anjanatte 
Comer. Based on the novel by 
John Updtke A former high- 
tchod baskettMll ptayer strug- 
gling with an unhappy marriage 
buckles under ttie pressures of 
responsibility. (iiiM 
■ *** HeantMat (1946. 
Dranta) Gir>ger Rogers, Jean- 
Pierre Aunxxit A romance be- 
tween a trair>ed female ptck- 
pocfcet and a polished diplomat 
with a yen for darwing takes 
mar)y turns. UHM 

8:1S 

• "Uranus " 13I>W0B 

7M 

• "A Trip to Serendipity" 



S "The Bad News Bears In 
Breaking Training" 4Mit7i 
10M 

• *«* "Charley Varrlck" 
(1973. Drama) Waitar Matthau. 
Joe Don Baker. A small-time 
hood regrets his latest bank 
haist wtten ha disoovers the 
cash was actuaNy laundered 
mob money and hired klMars 
are on his trail. t3a46i 

lOelS 

• "LA Story " 3M4I1«1 

11:06 

• **Vi "Don't Go to Sleep" 
(1962. Horror) Dennis Weaver, 
Valarie Harper. A ooupla recov- 
ering from the death of one of 
1f>tlr Tlam)tilei i Hod ihamietvei 
haunted by her venQetuI ghost. 
11 



AFTERNOON 

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% iHtVi "Muacie Beach Party 
(1964. Comedy) Frankie Ava- 
ton, Annette Funiceio- A weal- 
thy woman idtos away her time, 
money and aiacltons on mus- 
cle men at the beech. H94i 

1:90 
9 *e^*M "Chambre avec vue " 
(1966. Drante) H elena Carter. 
Maggie SmMh. Urte jeurte an- 
glatee de txxme famiHe ren- 
contre, au cours de ses vac- 
ances en Ftorance. un ieune 
homme da son pays. TtiiM 

2M 
9 *** -The Barefoot Execu- 
tive-' (1971, Comedy) Kurt Rus- 
seN. Joe Flynn. A pet chimp*"- 
zees abiMy to predtot hit 
television programming cata- 
pults its owner from lowly slu- 
dto page to talavl B kxi execu- 
tive. g7Mn4S 

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• **Vk "Sunburn- (1979. 
Comedy) Farrah Fawoett- 
Mators. Chariss Qrodln. A 
sagney nepi secrai ageni w 
voives an adventurous woman 
in a flangannii undercover op- 
In aunny Acaputco. 
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Alexandra recoit la visite des 
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• MOVIE *«Vk "SanHMl 
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Thomaon, Unda GriflHtw. A 
fad-baaed account of a reii- 
gtous pacMat whose encounter 
with lourtudist WiNiam Lyon 
Mackenzie led to his involve- 
ment in a rebellion again it oo- 
toniaNsm m 1837 Ontario. 10646 

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• IN SEARCH OF... An Inquiry 
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• TODAYS SPECIAL Jeft 
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home; Mving in a tent, a castle 
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• MOVIE ** "Doubla VWon" 
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• MOVIE ** -The RipoT- 
(1980. Drama) Lee Van Cleef. 
Karen Black. A satacracker 
caled from retirement to per- 
form one final job plans a daring 
doubla cross. 648074 

• CROOK AND CHA6E (In 
Stareo) 067610 

• MOVIE*** "MetodyTime " 
(1948, Musical) Roy Rogers, 
Luana Patten. The stories of 
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tton and animatton. g 40S4ioi 

• VIDEOFLOW 616004 

• BKXMIAPHY The story of 
Greek tycoon Aristotle Onassis 
arxj his multi-milHon dollar em- 
pire. (R) 270M7 

• SCIENCE EOmON 08074 

• STH E8TATE An investiga- 
tkxi of PhUippe Clement, a pri- 
son escapee charged with 
sexual aasauN in spite of an irv 
tensive therapy program, g 
282141 

9:06 

• MOVIE ***V^ "The Way We 
Were (1973. Drama) Barfora 
Streisand. Robert Radford. 
Based on Artfiur Laurents" 
novel about tfie on-egain, off- 
again romance between a radi- 
cal edMpa student and her af- 
fluent boyfriend. The score and 
tMa song won Oscars. 8811000 

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teacher until ho laarrta aha la 
Coach Rtokelta' daughter; Va- 

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PREStOCNTIAL ««AU- 
OURAL GALA Barbra Slreie- 
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the Inauguration of 
BR ainlon. (In 
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• ffl) AD RK NN E CLARK80N 
PRESENTS A proMe of Cen- 
adian singsr-aongwrtler Marc 
Jordan whoa* songs have 
beenreoonlsd by Diana Roes 
and Rod Stewart; the lifestyle 
and fashion d bteyde couriers. 



CD CD • ROSEANNE Ro- 
8eanne"s mother plans to move 
to Lanford; Jackie romances a 
younger man. (R) (In Stereo) g 
41813 83161 

O REASONABLE DOUBTS 
less prosecutes a vk>lent ex- 
professk)nal hockey player ac- 
cused of murder; Jess's ex- 
husband convinces her to 
represent a scientist cftarged 
with kklnapping. (In Stereo) g 
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• NEWS g 26155 

• FRONTLINE Hodding Carter 
and Curtis Wilkie k>ok at tt>e 
creatkxi of the Clinton adminis- 
tration and its policies, focusing 
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• RK)EAU 52635 

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• PHILADELPHIA ORCHES- 
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LUTHER KING JR. A musk:al 
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leader. Selectkxis Indude 
Sdiwanter's "New Morning for 
the Wortd. " narrated by Ed 
Bradtoy. 318836 

• DESMONDS 40155 

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102288 

10:16 

• MOVIE **W "The Thm Man 
Goes Home " (1944. Mystery) 
WWiam PoweN. Myma Loy. Nk:k 
and Nora Charles sleuth a mur- 
der at Nk4('s family reunkxi. 
Based on characters created 
by DashieN Hammett. 34388083 

10:30 
(D CD • JACKIE THOMAS (In 
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• RDEAU 214428 

• DISTANT V0N:E8 ProMe of 
Friedo Koztoiek, an immigrant 
wfK) moved to Kapuskaslng In 
1951 from Siberia. 21703 

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• (B) BM BATTAUONS Ed- 
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LoTKton for a press conference; 
OH comes to England after his 
court-martial to start a new life 
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• CD AO US •••OO 

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CD CtVN. WARS Chariie repre- 
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her husband raped her; Syd- 
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with another attorney; Chariie 
and Sydney dedde to make 
tfieir romance publk:. (In 
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• UP HOME TONMMT 622n 

• AMERICAS The Shifting elh- 
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regkxi. with in-depth tooks at 
Bolivia. Haiti and the DomMcan 
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EDGE Portrait d 
radsm In small-town 
South Africa. 088638 

• AD RIE NN C CLARKSON 
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IIJO 

• COURAGE AU COEUR Re- 
consaiuwns oes expnns ex- 
traordinaires qui ont vahi a das 
gens ordinaires la madaWs 
d'acte da bravoura du Canada. 



Next Year" (1978, Comedy 
Drama) EHen Burstyn, Alan 
Akla. Based on Bernard 
Slade's kxig-running Broadway 
play about tt>e 26-year relation- 
ship between an adulterous 
couple who meet only once a 
year. 0613567 

11:45 

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127060 

• MOVIE ** "Empire of the 
Ants'" (1977, Science Fkrtkxi) 
Joan CoNins, Robert Lansing. 
Based on a story by H.G. WeHs. 
Vk:tims of a Ftorida real-estate 
swirxMer are lured to a remote 
Island <Mtiere they are attacked 
t>y giant ants. 529846 

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• TELESERVICE Un inaga- 
zine de service et d"affaires 
pubik)ues. (R) 277846 

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NEME "U Marguerite"' A 
peine arrivee dans sa famWa 
daccueN. Elisa fait une fugue. 
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• LE MONDE OES CHAM- 
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monda. 348618 

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11:36 

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• 8POTLM3HT Peter Gabnel. 
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• EVENING AT THE IMPROV 
242372 

• BK> BATTAUONS Edward 
and Martha arrive back in Lon- 
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comes to England after Ns 
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• COURSES O'ACCELERA- 
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• KOJAK 082006 

• MOVIE ***Vi "Woman of 
the Year (1942. Comedy) 
Spencer Tacy. Katharine Hep- 
burn. The marriage tMtween a 
pditx^l reporter and a sport- 
swriter Is strained t>y tfieir de- 
volkxi to their respective jobs. 
Tracy and Hepbum"s first team- 
ing. 0170001 

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12:50 

• CD LA QUOTKNENNE/ 
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CD MOVC *** "U PetNe 
amia" (1969, Comadie) Jeen 
Poiret, Jacques VMeret. L'ur- 
baniste OuRaums Berlin pre- 
sede a fantrepraneur Martin 
Mord un pro)at extravagant 
mais ambiOaux. g 8270204 
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MORNING 

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9 **M» "Search" (1972. Ad- 
venture) Hugh O'Brlan, EIke 
Sommer The disappearance of 
a fabulous gem collection is in- 
vestigated by a space-age de- 
tective whose every move is 
monitored by a mission control 
center. 929730 

9 * "Death Valley" (1982. 
Mystery) Catherine Hicks. Ste- 
phen McHattie. A New York 
youngster. vacatkKiIng In Ari- 
zona with his mother, stumbles 
across a series of grisly mur- 
ders. 965952 

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9 "And You Thought Your 
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8:45 
9 "Cafe Romeo" 19878136 

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9 ** "Captain Kidd" (1945. 
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Randolph Scott. Fictional ac- 
count of tfie infamous pirate's 
expkjits and the King of Eng- 
larid's efforts to stop him. 

966049 

10:30 

9 "Blood Clan" 1568335 
11:05 

9 * "The Seduction" (1982, 
Suspense) Morgan Fairchild. 
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TV news ancfK>rwoman is vic- 
timized by a mentally disturbed 
admirer. 1049759 

ARERNOON 

12:45 

9 "The Sterile Cuckoo" 

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1:00 

9 **M2 "Beach Blanket 
Bingo" (1965. Comedy) Frankie 
Avalon. Annette Funicelto. A 
beach gang t)ecomes involved 
In a kklnapping. with the victim 
convinced it's all a publKity 
stunt. 81646 

1:30 
9 *** "La Guerre de Mur- 
phy" (1971, Drame) Peter 
O'Toole. Philippe Noiret. Dur- 
ant la guerre, un marin outre 
par les actions cruelles de I'en- 
nemi exerce sa vengeance 
sans se soucier de I'annonce 
de la fin de la guerre. 762440 

2M 
9 *** "Wuthering Heights' 
(1939. Drama) Laurence Olivier, 
Merle Oberon. Based on Emily 
Bronte's classic novel of tt>e 
doomed k)ve affair between tt>e 
spoiled daughter of a middle- 
class Yorkshire family and tt>e 
gypsy who grew up with her. 
680778 

2:05 
9 **V^ "The Blue Lightning" 
(1986. Adventure) Sam EHratt. 



Robert Culp. San Francisco de- 
tective Harry Wingate trails an 
intematkxial terrorist to Aus- 
tralia to retrieve a priceless 
gem. 4353466 

2:30 
93) '*** "Morts Suspectes " 
(1978, Science fiction) Gene- 
vieve BujoM. Michael Douglas. 
Lorsque sa mellleure amie 
reste dans le coma apres une 
operation mineure, une femme 
chirurglen commence une en- 
quete personnelle. 954778 

2:45 
9 "Trust" 1550466 

3:00 
9 ***'/i The Little Princess 
(1939, Drama) Shirley Temple, 
Richard Greene. A girls life at 
an exclusive English txiarding 
school changes drastically 
when her fattier is declared 
missing in action in South Afri- 
ca's Boer War. 627049 

4:45 
9 "Misplaced " 33349933 

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MORNING 

5:00 
9 SPECIAL MOTO Les meil- 
leurs moments des courses de 
motocyclettes en 1992. (R) 
662594 

5:30 
9 QUEBEC EN MOTONEIQE 
La motoneige au QuelMc en 
visitant une region differente a 
cheque semalne. (R) 971827 

6:00 
9 PASSEPORT VACANCES 
Un magazine sur les sports 
pratiques par les vacanclers. 
(R) 974914 

6:30 
9 AUTOUR DU MONDE Revue 
des principales activites spor- 
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monde en compagnle de Michel 
Lacroix. (R) 967961 

7:00 
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9 INSIDE SPORTS 948643 

9 LIQUE CANADIENNE DE 
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MORNING 

5:00 
9 AFRICAN JOURNEY Luke 
arrives in Africa to discover that 
his father is trapped in a mine 
and that he must put his trust in 
an African boy of his own age. 
(Part 1 of 6) g 444556 

5:30 
9 AFRICAN JOURNEY Luke 
and Tfiemba make a cross- 
country trip for medication 
when fire threatens a village. 
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6:00 
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9 POWER 30 245933 
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9 TODAY'S SPECIAL Friends: 
making new ones, meeting old 
ones and keeping those you 
have. 7S989 



9 EMPTY NEST Harry's neigh- 
bor Blancfie Devereaux (Rue 
McClanahan) asks him out on a 
date. (R) g 247391 

6:05 
9 SAVED BY THE BELL g 
1131575 

6:30 
CE 9 FULL HOUSE g 6827 
9 FAMILY FEUD 73117 

9 amerk:a wrm dennis 

WHOLEY 12469 

9 LE CLUB DES 100 WATTS 
10001 

9 SAVED BY THE BELL g 
205001 

9 MOVIE ** "Eminent Do- 
main" (1990) Donald Suther- 
land, Anne Arcfier. A faithful 
Politburo chief is forced to con- 
sider a flight to freedom after he 
is mysterkxisly ostracized by 
his superiors in 1979 Poland. 
"PG-13" 7109372 

9 VIDEOPM (In Stereo) 621310 
9 KIDS INCORPORATED 
695907 

9 PARTRIDGE FAMILY 236265 
9 SHARON, LOIS « BRAM'S 
ELEPHANT SHOW Songs 
atx>ut found friends, k>st 
friends and the trouble with par- 
ents. Guest: Ann Mortlfee. g 
27339 

9 NEWS 650136 

6:35 
9 HAPPY DAYS 4440556 

7K)0 
9 3) O NEWS 71596 80469 
34730 

9 (9) WONDER YEARS g 1466 
9 S) LES NOUVELLES 1020 
(D WATATATOW g 27440 
QD 9 MURPHY BROWN g 1662 
9 LA GUERRE DES CLANS 
252198 

9 WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
32372 

9 MACNEIULEHRER 

NEWSHOUR g 22407 
9 PASSE-PARTOUT 59376 
9 PASSEPORT VACANCES 

Un magazine sur les sports 
pratiques par les vacanclers. 
115914 

9 SAVED BY THE BELL g 

571556 

9 BERENSTAIN BEARS 

317310 

9 MOTORING '93 977020 

9 VIDEOFLOW 144865 

9 ROCKFORD FILES g 670943 

9 POLKA DOT DOOR 77846 

7:05 
9 THREE'S COMPANY 
9392223 

7:30 
9 CBS EVENING NEWS (In 
Stereo) g 14827 

9 (E) DESIGNING WOMEN 
When Mary Jo and Julia dis- 
cuss putting a dog to sleep, 
Bernice assumes they're refer- 
ring to her. g 865 
9 (D JEOPARDY 4469 
d) LES OETECTEURS DE 
MENSONGES 64469 
ID 9 HOME IMPROVEMENT 
Tim and Jill question what 
holds their marriage together 
when Tim does poorly on a 
compatibility test. (In Stereo) g 
7339 

(3 NBC NIGHTLY NEWS g 
71759 

9 SONIA BENEZRA Oes ve- 
dettes et des p)ersonnalites 
quebecoises dans un subtil 
dosage dentrevues, de nume- 
ros de varietes et de chro- 
nk^ues artistk^ues. 140556 
9 JEOPARDYI g 62001 
9 TELESERVrcE Un maga- 
zine de service et d'affaires 

publk^ues. 348914 

9 SPORTS 30 Resume detaille 

des evenements sportifs de la 

journee. (En direct) g 854391 

9 STAR SEARCH (In Stereo) 

201265 

9 LEGEND OF WHITE FANG 

g 790371 

9 SPORTSDESK g 690469 

9 bookmk:e 16223 

7:35 
9 ANDY GRIFFITH 8615468 

9 HARD COPY g 84196 

9 (Q) NATURE OF THINGS The 

role of memory in the lives of 
adults and chlMren focusing on 
why we forget some things and 
remember otfiers, and how 



memory works, g (£ SOUS UN CIEL VARIABLE 
Benjamin Thompson souligne 
le deuxieme annlversaire de la 
mort de sa femme. Camllle 
Rousseau fete I'ouverture offi- 
cielle de son auberge. g 35933 
CE WONDER YEARS Kevin and 
Winnie volunteer to work for 
George McGovem's 1972 pres- 
klential campaign. (R) (In 
Stereo) g 77407 
CE 9 a UNSOLVED MYSTER- 
IES The escape of a convk:ted 
killer from Oklafwma; charred 
remains of a txxjy found in car; 
disappearance of a 9-year-ok1 
in 1954. (R) (In Stereo) g 44049 
42223 

9 MOVIE **V^ "La Perfection 
fatale" (1988, Comedie) Laura 
Hutton, Perry King. Se trouvant 
denrxxle, un coup^ de quadra- 
genaires decide de se prendre 
en mains et de rajeunir. 877556 
9 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
"Lost Kingdoms of the Maya' 
This kxjk at ttie Mayan civiliza- 
tion visits some of its ruined ci- 
ties, re-creates ancient rituals 
and talks with surviving des- 
ADVENTURES OF TINTIN g cendants. (In Stereo) g 11391 



short-term 
3933 

9 CD LOTO QUIZ 7440 
d) MARILYN Marilyn partage 
son secret, g 43466 
CE ABC WORLD NEWS TO- 
NIGHT g 66952 

CE 9 DR. QUINN, MEDICINE 
WOMAN (In Stereo) g 24265 
(SI WHEEL OF FORTUNE g 
S0776 

9 MOVIE ** "SheNgame 
(1985, Drama) Brenda Robins, 
Germain Houde. Wtien an attor- 
ney agrees to defend an al- 
leged mob hit man. sfie finds 
herself antagonizing both tfie 
underworld and the polk:e. 
31117 

O NIGHTLY BUSINESS RE- 
PORT 15932 

9 BONNE CHASSE Au pro- 
gramme: La cftasse hivemale 
dans la regkxi de la Bale 
James, Quebec. 124662 
9 DESIGNING WOMEN g 
580204 

9 VIDEOPRIME (In Stereo) 
661643 



cally turns to crime to rescue 
his family from ttieir dead-end 
lives. An "Amehcan Play- 
house " presentatnn. g 43196 
9 VISA SANTE La sante axe 
sur la preventmn. g 29310 
9 LE SOCCER EUROPEEN 
(En differe) 346969 
9 "Fried Green Tomatoes'" 



393730 

9 INSIDE SPORTS 953440 
9 SPOTLIGHT Peter Gabriel 
(Part 3 of 3) 595440 
9 IN SEARCH OF... The bi- 
zarre stories of mass-surckle 
guru Jim Jones and Carlos, tfie 
wortds most wanted man. (R) 
375551 

9 MR. MAJEIKA When an ap- 
prentice wizard fails his sorcery 
exams for the 17th time, he is 
banisfied to England to become 
a teacher 86594 
9 WONDER YEARS g 504198 

8:05 
9 BEVERLY HILLBILLIES g 

2772730 

8:15 
9 MOVIE **</? "Somebody 
Has to Shoot the Picture 
(1990) Roy SchekJer, Bonnie 
Bedella. A photographer races 
against time to prove the innoc- 
ence of the cc>nvk:ted cop-killer 
he has agreed to shoot at the 
moment of execution. (In 
Stereo) R g 53737627 

8:30 

8 CURRENT AFFAIR g 96933 

9 CD LE HOCKEY LNH Les De- 
vils de New Jersey contre les 
Canadiens de Montreal. (En di- 
rect) 641285 

d, L'ENFER C'EST NOUS 
AUTRES Carnet visuel des in- 
nombrables activites cultu- 
relles. 55223 

CD ENTERTAINMENT TO- 
NIGHT Actress Lisa Hartman 
Black talks atraut her TV movie 
The Laurie Samuels Story.' 
(In Stereo) g 74759 
d JEOPARDY! g 39285 
Q COUP DE FOUDRE Jeu 
questionnaire. 273661 
9 CITY FOR YOUTH An over- 
view of youth health issues and 
teen lifestyles 90759 
9 LE CLAP Magazine cinema- 
tographique. 96391 
9 QUEBEC EN MOTONEKiE 
La motoneige au Quet>ec en 
visitant une region differente a 
cheque semalne. 110469 
9 JEFFERSONS g 509339 
9 ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE 
DARK? Emma and DayOay Toll 
discover their new neighbors 
only come out at night and have 
blood in their t>asement. g 
312865 

9 MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- 
BALL'S GREATEST GAMES 
566339 

9 FAX 514575 

9 EATING WELL The waffle 
recipe that fuels Michael Jor- 
don; the Oak Rklge Boys' diet; 
easy seafood recipes 65001 
9 DESIGNING WOMEN When 
Mary Jo and Julia discuss put- 
ting a dog to sleep, Bernice as- 
sumes they're referring to fier. 
g 516933 

8:35 

9 SANFORD AND SON 
7720759 

9M 
9 NEW GODFATHERS From 
Sk;lly, Gerakk) Rivera hosts a 
report on organized chme. 
(Uve) 14468 

9(1!) CBC PRIME TIME NEWS 
g7399 



CONSOMMACnON Un ma- 
gazine axe sur le plalsir de con- 
sommer. g 26223 
9 COURSES O'AUTO La 
Formule 1600 FVotec. (En dif- 
fere) 676967 

9 NEW GODFATHERS From 
Sicily. Gerakk} Rivera fwsts a 
report on organized crime. 
679662 

9 CROOK AND CHASE (In 
Stereo) 661407 

9 AFRK:AN SKIES Rory must 
take a test of manhood after fie 
is challenged by a village txjily 
(In Stereo) 262265 
9 VIDEOFLOW 622020 
9 OUR CENTURY Frontline 
Pitots' Tfie kJw-Hying pik)ts 
wtK) provkJe support for ground 
troops. 270907 

9 VrTAL SKSNS An examina- 
tion of ttie arguments on em- 
bryo and pre-embryo research 
in Britain 47533 

9 NATURE OF THINGS The 
role of memory in ttie lives of 
adults and chlklren focusing on 
why we forget some things and 
rememtjer otfiers, and how 
short-term memory works, g 
142407 

9:05 
9 MOVIE *** "Coogan's 
Bluff " (1968. Drama) Clint East- 
wood, Lee J. Cobb An Arizona 
deputy uses rough frontier tac- 
tics wfien he arrives in New 
York to extradite a criminal. 
3695223 

9:30 
CE OOOGIE HOWSER, M.D. 
Doogie imagines himself and 
VInnie as Sherlock Holmes and 
Dr. Watson living in Victorian 
London (In Stereo) g 69391 
9 COURSES D'ACCELERA- 
TION NHRA: Sears Craftsman 
Natk>nals. En provenace de To- 
peka au Kansas. (En differe) 
191469 

9 MOVIE •** Big Red 
(1962, Adventure) Walter Pidg- 
eon. Gllles Payant. A French- 
Canadian orphan finds work 
with a wealthy kennel owner 
and emt>arks on a series of ad- 
ventures with a champion Irish 
setter. 335136 

10K» 
9 Qj) EMILIE Ovila and Emilie 
experience a few surprises 
wtien ttiey travel to Montreal; 
Ovila returns home to learn fie 
is unemptoyed. 3556 

CE ENJEUX Lactualite sur la 
scene k>cale ou Intematkxiale. 
g36020 

CE HOME IMPROVEMENT Tim 
and Jill question what hoMs 
tfieir marriage togetfier when 
Tim does poorly on a compati- 
bility test. (In Stereo) g 59662 
CE 9 IN THE HEAT OF THE 
NIGHT (In Stereo) g 47136 
O SEINFELD Jerry tries to 
evade a vengeful writer: Kra- 
mer agrees to be a witness at a 
friend's trial. (R) (In Stereo) g 
64074 

9 NEWS g 43952 
9 MOVIE **V2 "Straight Out 
of Brooklyn" (1991, Drama) 
Lawrence Gilliard Jr.. George T. 
Odom. A poor black youth Ironl- 



9 NASHVILLE NOW From Op- 
ryland's General Jackson Riv- 
erboat. Scfieduted: Tracy Byrd. 
(In Stereo) 347646 
9 AMERKAN JUSTICE Profil- 
ing tfie grip of terror that ttie 
Boston Strangler hekj over that 
city during ttie early 1 960s and 
efforts to apprefiend him. (R) 
232S94 

9 BUND JUSTICE A group of 
IRA activists are accused of 
planning to bomb ttie cenotaph 
in Whitehall. 500630 
9 CBC PRIME TIME NEWS g 
145594 

10:30 
CE COACH Howard s wife Shir- 
ley comes to work in ttie athletk: 
department and drives Hayden 
crazy. (R) (In Stereo) g 68310 
® MAD ABOUT YOU (In 
Stereo) g 62914 
9 INSIDE THE PGA TOUR 
210372 

9 SPIES The infamous World 
War I spy Mata Hari and tfie 
doubts surrounding her true al- 
legiance. 216914 

11KM) 
9 UNTOUCHABLES (In 
Stereo) g 52265 
O (B) COOCO The Friday Night 
Girls nfieet with crashing suc- 
cess wfien ttiey travel to the 
AvakKi Mall; a journey back to 
the cocktail era.' g 7020 

CE LE TELEJOURNAL g 
2634933 

CE GOING TO EXTREMES 

Chariie s talent for salesman- 
ship surfaces when tie helps 
Dr. Croft with a "cadaver 
drive'; a rejected applicant 
tries everything to gain admis- 
SM3n to ttie medk:al scfiool. (In 
Stereo) g 62265 
CE 9 NEON RIDER (In Stereo) 
g 72469 

(9 NBC NEWS SPECIAL Clin- 
ton Inaugural' Highlights of the 
Inauguration of President Bill 
Clinton and coverage of ttie In- 
augural Ball. (In Stereo) g 26407 
9 24/24 Revue de lactualite 
judiclaire et criminelle. 148556 
9 UP HOME TONKJIHT 94198 
9 L'OBSERVATEUR Un ma- 
gazine d'affaires publk^ues 
panquebecois. (R) 70556 
9 NEWS g 456933 
9 BURNS AND ALLEN 287730 
9 MINIATURE GOLF 320198 
9 POLE TO POLE Shifting 
Sands ■ Michael Palin reaches 
Afrk:a, hoping to conquer de- 
sert and drought; anxious mo- 
ments in the Sudan. (R) (Part 4 
of 8) 852407 

9 EMILIE Ovila and Emilie ex- 
perience a few surprises when 
ttiey travel to Montreal; Ovila 
returns home to learn he is 
unemployed. 494407 

11K)5 
9 MOVIE **• "Joe Kidd " 
(1972, Western) Clint East- 
wood, Robert Duvall. A silent 
stranger Is hired by a wealthy 
landowner to track down a 
gang of Mexk:an-Americans 
that has invaded the territory. 
1761575 

11:25 
CE LE POINT 49310285 

11:30 
9 (S] DROP THE DEAD DON- 
KEY An offrce softball tourna- 
ment turns into a war when Gus 
learns ttiey are playing against 
his brother's team. 63285 
9 CD BENNY HILL 12575 
9 LE GRAND JOURNAL Q 
921001 

9 LIFESTYLES 99665 
9 PRESIDENCY: LIGHT SIDE 
UP John Chanceltor hosts a hu- 
morous look at creating a presi- 
dential image. (In Stereo) 38117 
9 INFLUENCES 43049 
9 ON STAGE Sylvia Hutton. (In 
Stereo) 732665 
9 BURNS AND ALLEN 146969 

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16— The Northern Light, 

TUESDAY 

(Continued fk'om p.l4) 

and his muW-miMon do«ar em- 
pire. (R) M22M 

■ STAR TREK 413t33 

IKK 

■ NIQHT COURT 1t23M1 

1:30 
3) NIQHTTALX zniOIS 
O MOVIE **Vi ' Le Gardien- 
(1987. Aventure) Patrick Skal- 
ton, Caroline Btiss. En Afrlque. 
une JMJfw juriste demande a un 
ecologiste de raider a deinar>- 
teler un reseau de trafic de 
peaux a destination des Etats- 
Unis. 1S3020 

• ADVENTURES, JOURNEYS 
A ARCHIVES 15072 

9 LA BOXE Les adversaires 
seront annortces. (R) W477S 

• MOVIE ** Earthqualca" 
(1974, Drama) Charlton Heston. 
Ava Gardner. Oscar-winning 
special effects highlight this ac- 
count of a cataclysmic Califor- 
nia quake. S934at 

• CANADIAN SPORT DIGEST 
80M14 

• UfE ON VENUS AVE. 

I714M 

■ BUSINESS OF MANAGMQ 

PROFESSIONALS How to re- 
cruit competent professk)(Mls 
and improve etnpk>yee per- 
formance In an organization. 
(Part2of 10)34tM2 
1:35 

• ARSENIO HAU (In Stereo) 
g20644M 

(Slate nioht wrm oavio 

LETTERMAN Scheduled: ac- 
tress Jennifer TiHy. (In Stereo) 
8739662 

2M 
NOVA A history of strategic 
bombirtg and why it was so suc- 
cessful dunr>g Operation De- 
sert Storm. (Postponed from an 
earlier date) (In Stereo) g 
90S223 

S NASHVILLE NOW From Op- 
ryland s General Jackson Riv- 
ert)oat. (R) (In Stereo) 321049 
S DON CHERRY'S GRAPEV- 
INE SI 5665 

O PHILADELPHIA ORCHES- 
TRA: A TRIBUTE TO MARTIN 
LUTHER KING JR. A musk:al 
tribute to ttie slain civil rights 
leader. Selections include 
Schwanter s 'Mew Morning for 
the World, ' narrated by Ed 
Bradley. (R) 6«36«i 
O QUESTION PERIOD Prov- 
incial " g 185407 
9 MOVIE **</! Take a Letter. 
Darling " (1942, Comedy) Ros- 
alind Russell. Fred MacMurray. 
A lady executive hires a male 
secretary with strict orders for 
no romancing on ttie )ob. 715643 

2:05 
Si MOVIE *** Coma' (1978, 
Suspense) Genevieve BujoM, 
Michael Douglas. Based on the 
novel by Robin Cook. A woman 
doctor t)econr»es suspicious of 
fatal ' accidents ' occurring with 
alarming frequency at a Boston 



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2:30 
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3:00 
• FRONTLINE Hoddirtg Cartw 
and Curtis WWda kwk at the 
creatkxi of the Clinton adminis- 
tration and its poHcias. focusing 
on the economic, domastt c and 
foreign poNcy tasms. g SiCMi 
9 8K)RTS 30 Rasunw detaMe 
des evenamants sportifs de la 
joumae. (En direct) g 445679 
9 SPORTSOESK g 996049 
9 QUESTION PERKX) "Fed- 
eral" 72S907 

3:06 
9 CBS NEWS UP TO THE 
MINUTE 72367S7S 
a LATER wrm BOB COSTAS 
(In Staroo) 7296117 

3:30 
d) WHOOPI QOLOBERQ (In 
Starao) 221372 

9 COURSES D-AUTO La For- 
mula 1600 Protac. (R) 114730 
90N STAGE Ian Tyson. (R) (In 
Stereo) S65440 
9 INSIDE SPORTS S189S2 

3:35 
a NBC NEWS NIGHTSIDE 
31610933 

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9 TWHJQHT ZONE 4671*9 
CG ABC WORLD NEWS NOW g 



9 AMERK:aS The shifting eth- 
nk: and racial definitkx>s in tfie 
region, with In-Oepth kx>ks at 
Bolivia, Haiti and tt>e DominKan 
ReputJlK. all with distirKt cul- 
tures. (In Stereo) g 206875 
9 MOTOCYCLETTE Grand 
Prix de Macao. (R) 694407 
9 CANADIAN HOCKEY 
LEAGUE 620310 
9 EVENING AT THE IMPROV 
(R) 406875 

4:20 
9 MOVIE *** "Wait Until 
Dark (1967, Suspense) Au- 
drey Hepburn, Alan Arkin. A 
blind woman is menaced by a 
trio of would-t>e fieroin thieves. 

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9 MOVIE **V<i "The Stuff' 
(19S5. Satire) Mk:hael Moriar- 
ity. Andraa Marcovwd. A pri- 
vate detective investigatas a 
new consumer taste treat that's 
at>solutely dehckxis and just 
possibly lethal In this 1950s 
style send-up of science- 'iction 
fHms. 624*7* 

9 ARE YOU BEING SERVED? 
62363 

9 TELESERVICE Un maga- 
zine de service et d'affaires 
publkjues. (R) 381*24 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume dataiHe 
des evenements sportifs de la 
joumee. (En direct) g 962**6 
9 mOHT COURT 442976 
9a.U B DANCE (R) (In Stereo) 
3307*2 

9 BURNS AND ALLEN 24*112 
9 SPORTSOESK g 365*0* 
9 SPOrUGHT Peter Gatxiel. 
(Part 3 of 3) 464402 
9 EVENING AT THE IMPROV 
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9 COOCO The Friday Night 
Qiris meet with crashing suc- 
cess when they travel to the 
Avaton Mall; a journey back to 
the "cocktail era. " g466**0 

12:05 
(D LES NOUVELLES DU 
SPORT 607*7792 

12:16 
9 "Bugsy " 16817995 

12:20 
U) MOVIE *** "Napoleon" 
(1955, Biographle) (Partie 2 de 
2) Raymond Pellegrin. Pierre 
Brasseur. La vie de Napoleon 
racontee par Talleyrand-Gultry. 
23263773 

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9 CHARLIE ROSE 439995 

9 PASSEPORT VACANCES 

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pratiques par les vacanclers. 
(R) 365353 

9 RENEGADE 950605 
9 MOVIE ***</2 "Edison, the 
Man " (1940, Biography) Spen- 
cer Tracy, Rita Johnson. Tho- 
mas Edison, one of America s 
greatest Inventors, recalls the 
most productive years of his 

life 4486286 

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An offloa softbaN tournament 
turns into a war wtten Qus 
leams they are playirtg against 
his brother's team. 729*41 

12:36 
9 CHEERS g 2484616 
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(X) 9 SIMON A SIMON 1751* 

9 MOVIE *itV2 La Panther* 

noire" (1977, Drame) DonaW 

Sumpter. Debbie Farrington. 

L'histoire vecue de I'enleve- 

ment de Lesley Whittle, en )an- 

vier 1975, par la bande de vo- 

leurs et da meurtriers terrifiants 

connue sous le nom de Black 

Panther. 54**o* 

9 LES COURSES A BLUE 

BONNETS Les courses sous 

hamais a I'hippodrome Blue 

Bonnets. i4S7ii 

9 MILLER A COMPANY (In 

Stereo) *4i967 

9 WSIOE SPORTS 7627*3 

9 MUCHWEST 14**57 

9 OUR CENTURY Frontline 

Pitots" The tow-flying pitots 

who provkle support for ground 

troops. (R) •**773 

9 STAR TREK 510421 

9 mOHT COURT 18900*3 
9 MOVIE ** "A Real Ameri- 
can Hero" (1978, Drama) Brian 
Oennehy, Forrest Tucker. Sher- 
iff Buford Pusser attempts to 
run a Tennessee nxxxishlner 
out of business 5051995 

1:30 
IX) INSIDE EOmON g 439860 
9 ADVENTURES, JOURNEYS 
& ARCHIVES 271806 
9 LIGNE OUVERTE CHASSE 
ET PECHE Anime par I'expert 
de la chasse et de la peche, 
monsieur Jean Page, en com- 
pagnle de monsieur Jean-Paul 
Chartrand Sr. (R) 907605 
9 MOVIE •* Snowbeast 
(1977, Horror) Bo Svenson, 
Yvette Mimieux. A Rocky 
Mountain ski resort is terror- 
ized by an abominable killer 
beast. 346353 

9 CANADIAN SPORTFISHING 
729082 

9 SNEAK PREVIEWS 112995 
€9 QUESTION PERIOD Prov- 
incial" Q 153044 

1:35 
O ARSENIO HALL (In Stereo) 
g 2014860 

(3) LATE NIGHT WITH DAVID 
LETTERMAN Scheduled: White 
House plumber Howard Arring- 
ton. (In Stereo) 8706334 

2:00 
QD NIGHTTALK 277063 
9 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 
"Lost Kingdoms of the Maya" 
This look at the Mayan civiliza- 
tion visits some of Its ruined ci- 
ties, re-creates ancient rituals 
and talks with surviving des- 
cendants. (In Stereo) g 248173 
9 NASHVILLE NOW From Op 
ryland's General Jackson Riv- 
erboat. Scheduled: Tracy Byrd. 
(R) (In Stereo^ 346570 
9 SKI BASE 612353 
9 AMERK:AN justice Profil- 
ing the grip of terror that the 
Boston Strangler hekJ over that 
city during the eariy 1960s and 
efforts to apprehend him. (R) 
610995 

9 MOVIE *• "Stolen Har- 
mony " (1935, Drama) George 
Raft, Ben Bemie. A ex-con 
finds his past catching up with 
him after he joins a traveling 
dance band. 183*60 

2:30 
9 COURSES D'AUTO Rallye 
Parls-Le Cap. (R) 211228 
9 REAL ACTKm SKIING 
691860 

9 VIDEOFLOW 111266 
9 SPIES The infamous Worid 
War I spy Mata Hari and tfie 
doubts surrounding her true al- 
legiance. (R) 699402 
9 OUESIION PERKX) Fed- 
eral" 792062 

2:35 
O AMEN 8592S18 
m INFATUATKJN (In Stereo) 
5186605 

2:45 
9 "Shadow of China " 17161995 

3:00 



Is the coast clear? 
Has everyone left? Are 
all the smarter-than- 
thou pundits gone? 

Every December, we 
are besieged with 
10-best lists from all the 
critics, most of whom 
wouldn't know an E- 
chord from a shovel. I 
don't consider myself a 
critic but, rather, a 
music fan who under- 
stands that not all tastes 
are the same. 

Rock Lines is an at- 
tempt to provide a very 
loose guide to what's 
new in music, to convey 
an idea of what an al- 
bum is about — so you 
can decide if you want 
to buy it (no small prop- 
osition, given today's 
prices for tapes and 
CDs). 

Keeping that in mind, 
here's a random list of 
personal favorites from 
1992. (Some might 
have came out in late 
'91, but only caught on 
last year.) 

The Tragically Hip- 
Fully Completely Let- 
hal guitar rock and lyr- 
ics that make you real- 



d) MATLOCK g 178353 
9 MOVIE **^/2 "Straight Out 
of Brooklyn" (1991, Drama) 
Lawrence Gllllard Jr., George T. 
Odom. A poor black youth Ironi- 
cally turns to crime to rescue 
his family from tfieir dead-end 
lives. An "American Play- 
house " presentatkjn. g 7i4044 
9 SPORTS 30 Resume detallle 
des evenements sportifs de la 
journee. (En direct) g 132247 
9 SPORTSOESK Q 667119 
9 POLE TO POLE "Shifting 
Sands " Michael Palln reaches 
Africa, hoping to conquer de- 
sert and drought: anxious mo- 
ments in the Sudan. (R) (Part 4 
of 8) 571624 

3:05 
9 CBS NEWS UP TO THE 
MINUTE 38608137 
m LATER WITH BOB COSTAS 
(In Stereo) 7262889 
9 MOVIE ** "The Park Is 
Mine' (1985, Drama) Tommy 
Lee Jones, Helen Shaver. A 
distraught man Ignites an urban 
crisis when he takes New 
Yorks Central Park hostage to 
bring attention to the plight of 
Vietnam veterans. 5763889 

9 LE SOCCEh EUROPEEN (R) 
858773 

9 PAID PROGRAM 668112 
9 ON STAGE Sylvia Hutton. 
(R) (In Stereo) 693806 
9 INSIDE SPORTS 682112 

3:35 
QQ) NBC NEWS NK3HTSIDE 
31687605 

4:00 
9 TWIUOHT ZONE 157889 
(D WHOOPI GOLDBERG (In 
Stereo) 344353 
9 BOB NEWHART 689605 
9 CANADIAN CURLINQ 
WEEKLY 603606 
9 EVENING AT THE IMPROV 
(R) 202082 

4:30 
9 WKRP IN CINCINNATI 
535518 

d) ABC WORLD NEWS NOW g 
892421 

9 PRESIDENCY: LKMT SIDE 
UP John Char>celk>r frosts a hu- 
morous look at creating a presi- 
dential image. (In Stereo) 522044 
9 MOVIE **V2 "The Third 
Day" (1965, Drama) George 
Peppard, Elizabeth Ashley. An 
amnesiac is accused by his wife 
and cousin of murdering a 
woman and her chiW. 577773 



Rock Lines 

Whh GREG MULOCK 
Managing editor 




ize, if you didn't 
already, that Canada is 
one cool place to live. 

Pearl Jam-Ten Let's 
see: they're not as punk 
as Nirvana, and not as 
metal as Soundgarden. 
That means Peari Jam 
is... just plain old kick- 
ass rock and roll!?!? 
What a concept... 
The Wallflowers Bob's 
son has cut the best 
Dylan album in years. 

Skydiggers— Restless 
Melodic, rootsy folk- 
rock that's even better 
than the Hrst Skydiggers 
album, if that's at all 
possible. 

Big Sugar This was an 
album lost in the shuffle 
that's worth tracking 
down: blues, rock and 
roll and R&B that will 
get the joint jumping. 

Tom Waits-Bone Ma- 
chine A dark and provo- 
cative masterpiece, of- 
ten macabre, from a true 
American original. 



Rheostatics-Whale 
Music And speaking of 
eccentrics, this offbeat 
Toronto band serves up 
more styles of pop than 
an ice cream parlor has 
flavws. 

Red Hot Chili Peppers- 
•Blood Sugar Sex Ma- 
gik Everyone's favoite 
punk-fuiiksters topped 
the charts with the 
single "The Bridge," 
and a double album that 
is the band's most fo- 
cused efTort to date. 

Extreme-Three Sides 
To Every Story Queen 
meets The Beatles' Ab- 
bey Road. Ambitious 
hard rock from a group 
that could have played it 
safe, but didn't 



Izzy Stradlin and The 
Ju Ju Hounds If you 
dig Keith Richards, 
Ronnie Wood, The Sex 
Pistols and Exile On 
Main Street, the ex- 
Gunner brings it all 
home. 



WEDNESDAY 




On Wednesday, Jan. 20, "48 Hours" 
goes behind the scenes of the 
changing of the guard in the Wash- 
ington, D.C., power structure with 
the inauguration of Bill Clinton as 
president. Dan Rather (pictured) 
anchors the CBS News program. 



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Town looks 
at Miss N.B 



The towns of Beresford and 
Woodstock have had a special rela- 
tionship for a number of years. 

In the summer of 1989, the mayors 
of each visited the other's home turf 
in an effort to foster a better under- 
standing and relationship between 
English and French communities 

The Miss New Brunswick Pageant 
could be exchanged through these 
same channels. 

Organizers of the Miss Beresford 
Pageant plan to contact organizers of 
their provincial counterpart in Wood- 
stock in the near future, to see if 
Beresford can take over the hosting 
of the annual pageant. 

"Oh yes, (the Beresford pageant's 
organizing committee has) spoken 
about it seriously." said Viola L6ge- 
re, chairman of this year's Miss 
Beresford Pageant The local pageant 
will be held Jan. 30, highlighting the 
annual Beresford Groundhog Carni- 
val, which runs from Jan. 29 to Feb. 7. 

The Miss New Brunswick Pageant 
had been a feature attraction of 
Woodstock's Old Home Week ^nce 
the late 1960s. However, dwindling 
attendance over the past few years. 
escalating costs, and a decreasing 
number of contestants has prompted 
organizers to discontinue the produc- 



uon. The announcement of its cancel- 
lation was made last week. 

The cost of producing the pageant 
is about S30.000. 

Numerous municipalities in New 
Brunswick, including Bathurst, 
cancelled their pageants in recent 
years for much the same reasons. 
Last year even saw the Miss Canada 
Pageant discontinued. 

The Miss Bathurst Pageant, 
cancelled in 1992, sent 1991 winner 
Cathy Pitre to last year's Miss New 
Brunswick Pageant. Miss Pitre, the 
.. .ghter of Gerald and Barbara Pitre 
of Bathurst, flnished as first runner- 
up. 

Beresford's representative was Ju- 
lie Doucet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Eric Doucet of Petit Rocher. 

However, no Beresford represen- 
tative would have went to the 1993 
provincial pageant. 

"This year we thought we 
wouldn't send one anyway," Mrs. 
Ldg6re said. "We decided we'd only 
send one every five years." 

The cost of entering a girl in the 
pageant was usually between Sl.SOO 
and $2,000. The committee had 
planned on banking a small amount 
of pront from each pageant over a 
five-year period to finance the trip. 



Business joins fight 
to save post office 



Canada Post's March IS closure of 
the Pointe Verte post office will, in 
all probability, go ahead on schedule. 

However, it won't be because 
citizens, the business community, 
and village council didn't try to 
prevent it. 

In a release, the Pointe Verte 
Business Association said it consid- 
ers the post office to be a vital part on 
the community. Therefore, the group 
is urging all citizens and interested 
individuals to partcipate in plaruied 
protests slated for Monday at 6 p.m. 
at the Pointe Verte Municipal 
Building. 

Last week, village council issued a 
similar invitation to protest at the 
meeting, which will be closed to all 
but the Canada Post representatives 
and village council. Canada Post will, 
at that time, be meeting with council 



to explain the reasons for the planned 
closure of the post office, and answer 
questions. 

Former Pointe Verte mayor Jean 
B. Roy. chairman of a PVBA com- 
mi'tee formed to fight the closure, 
conceded that the protest may not 
save the post office from extinction. 
However, it could delay the move for 
a few nranths. 

"If we can slow down the closure 
for a couple of months, we may be 
able to save it," Mr. Roy said. 

According to Mr. Roy. postal 
counters opened in some communi- 
ties folldwing the closure of an 
official post office have not always 
stayed in business. He said many 
have closed, and his group wants to 
know what type of guarantees they'll 
have to ensure the same thing doesn't 
happen in Pointe Verte. 



Let's get WinterActive! 



With the recent firigid tempera- 
tures, the last thing most Bathurst 
residents want to do is exercise 
outside. 

However, the City's Parks. Recre- 
ation and Tourism staff are deter- 
mined to warm things up with a 
week-long intemational version of 
the Panic ipaction Challenge. 

Bathurst will be one of 33 cities in 
Canada, Finland, Sweden, the Com- 
inonwealth of Independent States 
(former Soviet Union) and the United 
States to participate in the fifth 
annual WinterActive Intemational. 

'This event is a friendly challenge 
that promotes physical activiues dur- 
ing the winter time, and will take 
place in Bathurst from Jan. 2S to 31, 
coinciding with the Snow Bear Car- 
nival," said Deputy Mayor Silvana 
Bosca. 

The challenge was originally 
started by Fitrek as a winter activity 
between Canada and the then-Soviet 
Union about five years ago. This is 
the first year it has included other 
countries, and the first lime Bathurst 
will join in the competition, vying for 
one of five international prizes. 




The cold doesn't bother everyone 



Toby Douceue (left) and Dean Bdrubd enjoyed some horseplay before 
heading down a hill last weekend behind the Rough Waters Recreation 
Centre. Toby, 13, is the son of Jacques and Lise Doucetlc of Rough Waters. 
Dean, 1 1, is the son of Sylvain and Lisa B^rubd of East Bathurst. While the 



ice-cold weather of January keeps less heany souls indoors, outdoor 
enthusiasts like these two youngsters are undeterred from winter fun. Milder 
temperatures, however, arc expected by the weekend. 

(Nofthcrn Light Photo) 



City taking over industrial park 

Move will free up commission to concentrate on development 



Each city receives one point for 
evciyperson who is physically active 
for 20 minutes either inside or out 
each day. Those points are accumu- 
lated for a daily result, and then 
divided by Bathurst's population of 
14,400 to give the toul rate of 
participation. The city with the high- 
est average rate of participation 
throughout the week wins. 

'This is a very interesting program 
that puts an emphasis on physical 
activites, especially the winter out- 
door activities such as walking, ski- 
ing, sliding, skating, building snow 
men, or not my favorite, shovelling 
snow," said Ms. Bosca, adding, 
"More than forty schools, associa- 
tions and clubs in Bathurst will be 
involved in the 1993 challenge." 

To register an activity, people need 
to call the registration line at 
548-0437, or stop by the Bathurst 
Sports Chalet bciwccn 8 a.m. and 8 
p.m., although an activity can be done 
any time. The international results 
will be tabulated at the WinterActive 
head office in Montreal, and winners 
will be announces! by the end of 
February. 



The Bathurst Industrial Park 
should return to the city's jurisdiction 
within a month. 

"Pending Beresford council's 
agreement with the plan, the indust- 
rial park will return to City of 
Bathurst's management within a 
month." said Bob DeGrace. president 
of the Chak;ur Regional Develop- 
ment Commission. 

"This has been on the agenda for a 
number of years, and is a positive step 
because it allows the CRDC to 
concentrate on regional development 
instead of management of the park." 

For years, the Bathurst Industrial 
Park property on Miramichi Road has 



Calling all 
Frenettes 



The Frenetic family is planning a 
reunion this summer — for all Fre- 
nettes with roots in the Chaleur 
region and Acadian Peninsula. 

Some l,(X)0 Frenettc family rela- 
tives will gather July 24 at the 
Beresford Sportek for a family reun- 
ion to celebrate the family's 200th 
anniversary. People are expected 
from the United States and from 
across Canada, said Alma Frenette, 
who chain the reunion committee. 

The family's roots date back to 
July 24, 1793, when Michel Frenetic 
arrived in the ChakMir region. 

The 200lh anniversary of this 
arrival is what prompted the commit- 
tee of about 20 family members to 
plan this summer's reunion. The idea 
was conceived by Gerard Desjardins 
of Diq)pe, who will launch a book on 
the history and genealogy of the 
Frenettes at the reunion. 



been managed by the CRDC. How- 
ever, Mr. DeGrace said the trend 
across the province is for regional 
devek}pment commissions to sell or 
give back industrial parks to the 
municipalities. 

"We are giving back the park 
because it allows us to double our 
present efforts to develop the reg- 
ion's economy, and continue concen- 
trating on attracting businesses to the 
region. Over the years, the CRDC has 
been identified mainly with the park, 
which makes it difficult to sell a 
regional effort. There is no question 
this is a good move, and long 
overdue." 



Councillor Bob Anderson, city 
representative on the industrial com- 
mission, agrees the move will benefit 
the city and the CRDC. 

"I think it is a very good thing 
because it gives the city theopponun- 
ity to manage its own resources, and 
allows the CRDC to give 100 per cent 
to economic development rather than 
land management," Mr. Anderjon 
said. 

Mr. DeGrace said this transfer is 
the first step in creating a "one-stop 
shopping" centre for businesses in- 
terested in relocating to the Chaleur 
region. 

"We are about six months away 



from a one-stop shopping concept, 
where a ^lismess can go to one 
central kxation to ulk with the 
CRDC, the Atlantic Canada Oppor- 
uinities Agency, the Federal Busi- 
ness Development Bank, Chambers 
of Commerce — the whole thing 
through one door," he said, adding, 
"We aren't there yet. there arc a lot of 
hurdles to cross but we are on the way 
to making it a reality. If so, we are 
looking at this system being used as a 
model in the rest of Canada." 

Sources indicate this one-stop 
centre could possibly be located in 
the Harbourview Place building. 



Crime Stoppers program 
continues to be viable here 



Like fine wine, the Crime Stoppers 
program in the Chaleur region is 
improving with age. 

Chaleur Crime Stoppers was 
formed in 1986 to a positive re- 
sponse, and its popularity continues, 
in terms of crime prevention and 
crimes solved. 

"I can tell you, it's working really 
well in Bathurst," Sgt. John Richard- 
son said Tuesday. SgL Richardson is 
the Bathurst coordinator for Chaleur 
Crime Stoppers, and crime preven- 
tion officer with the Bathurst City 
Police. 

"We're getting lips all the lime." 

January is Crime Stoppers Month 
in New Brunswick, a time to refiect 
on past achievements and encourage 
citizens to continue supporting the 
program. 

Crime Stoppers hands out cash 




Civic centre consultants 
start feasibility interviews 



Bernard Dub^ 



About 60 local business people 
and firms will be interviewed by civic 
centre fund-raising consultant Nav- 
ion Inc. in the next two weeks. 

"Already we have done nine inter- 
views in one day, and we expect to 
talk to at least 60 people or firms over 
the next two weeks," said Bernard 
Dubd, a Navion consultant. Mr. Dubd 
and his associate, Daniel legcaull, 
are conducting half-hour iiiicrvicws 
with people in tunc with the com- 
munity. From these interviews, they 
will estimate the amount of regional 
financial support for the $11.8 mil- 
hon civic centre project The City of 
Bathurst would like to raise $1.2 
million from the community, but 
needs to know if it is feasible. 

Mr. Dubd said Navion Inc. has "a 
•ophisticated compilation method" 
for tabulating results and then arriv- 



ing at an estimated goal. 

"We go through each survey indi- 
vidually and then gel'ing an overall 
feeling." be said, addmg, "We have 
statistics, but we use our experience 
to interpret the results." 

Navion Inc. is a Toronto-based 
firm which established a satellite 
office in Montreal about two and a 
half years ago. The company offers 
different kinds of fund-raising con- 
sulting services, depending on the 
client, the project and the region. 

Mr. Dubd said it is too early to tell 
how much money people will donate 
to the civic centre, or if there is 
enough regional support to raise the 
funds. However, he said so far, the 
"fcehng is very good." 

People surveyed are not required 
to make any firm financial commit- 
ment to the project Instead, they arc 



asked a series of confidential ques- 
tions which relates to the project and 
whether or not a major fund-raising 
campaign is feasible. In the past year, 
several worthy organizations have' 
conducted major fundraisin'g cam- 
paigns, and the charitable dollar has 
been stretched thin. Some organiza- 
tions, including the Chaleur United 
Way. are suffering because of this. 

Mr. Dubd said he has "no idea" 
when the actual campaign will get 
started, but he added that Bathurst 
city couiKil is "very intent" on 
starting by the spring. 

Navion is being paid about 
$20,000, including expenses, to con- 
duct the feasibility study. If the city 
decides to hire the firm to conduct the 
actual campaign, a new contract will 
be negotiated. 



awards to callers who provide infor- 
mation which leads to an arrest. 
When someone phones Crime Stop- 
pers' toll free number 
(1-800-222-8477). he or she is as- 
signed a number; the caller's name is 
inconsequential. If the information 
k^ads to an arrest, the person who 
provided the lip contacts Crime Stop- 
pers, identifies himself or herself 
through the number, and is toM where 
to pick up the cash award. 

SgL Richardson said there is never 
an attempt \o find out who the caller 
is. Integrity is everything to Crime 
Stoppers; without it, it's nothing. 

Chaleur Crime Stoppers is, like the 
more than 9(X) programs worldwide, 
dependent on three groups: citizens, 
police officers and the media. 

The media's job is to send out the 
message on which crimes remain 
unsolved. The citizens' job is to 
report what they know about the 

Amalgamation 
meeting set 

Marcelle Mersereau will talk 
amalgamation with Chaleur region 
mayors in Bathurst Feb. 2. 

'The object of this first round of 
consulalions is to clarify my discus- 
sion paper, the issues in it, and the 
process which will be used to discuss 
how to better improve municipal 
government in the province," said 
Mrs. Mersereau, Bathurst MLA and 
minister of municipalities, culture 
and housing. 

Strengthening Municipal Govern- 
ment in New Brunswick's Urban 
Centres is the controversial docu- 
ment mayors will be discussing with 
Mrs. Mersereau. Mayors in this reg- 
ion and elsewhere believe the p.ipcr 
could be the forerunner to amalgama- 
tion of various municipalities. 

The papers broaches the concept of 
creating "supCT cities" around New 
Brunswick, via amalgamation 



crime, even if they think the informa- 
tion is inconsequential. 

"Just give Crime Stoppers a call, 
even if you're not sure." Sgt. Ri- 
chardson encouraged. 

Police are the final link, and their 
job in solving crime is continually 
being made easier 

Approximately 10 crimes were 
solved in Bathurst last year though 
tips to Crime Stoppers, one of those 
an armed robbery. 

The Crime Stoppers program has 
also been explained to students at 
Bathurst High School, and Superior 
and J.G. Chalmers junior high 
schools. The schooi program may 
soon expand to include Ecole Secon- 
daire Nepisiguit and Place des 
Jeunes. 

The school program has also 
proven successful, with numerous 
crimes solved in the three years it has 
been operational. 



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City seeks a meeting 
with Bernard Valcourt 

Region on line to financially back civic centre 



Financial support from Local Ser- 
vice Districts for the regional civic 
centre is unprecedented in the pro- 
vince, says Harvey Boucher. 

"This is the first lime four LSDs in 
Uic province have made this kind of 
financial commitment within a Iwo- 
monih period," said Mr. Boucher, 
chairperson of city council's civic 
centre committee. "I think in St. 
Joseph's they took two and a half 
years to get a small sum of money 
from one of the LSDs, but nothing 
like the support we have received in 
this area." 

On Jan. 13, New Bandon and 
Salmon Beach residents voted 82-25 
in favor of supporting the civic centre 
at a rate of 1.8 cents per $100 
assessment for a 20- year period. That 
works out to about S8.90 annually on 



a $50,000 home. 

"The group had a lot of valid 
questions, and wc had one of our 
longest meetings ever on the project, 
but the committee members worked 
very hard to present a good case, and 
we met every challenge," said Mr. 
Boucher. 

In the past two months. North 
Teteagouche residents voted 44-1 1 in 
favor of supporting the civic centre, 
Bathurst Parish residents backed the 
proposal 55-18 and Big River resi- 
dents voted 55-2 to help fund tlie 
regioiul civic centre. 

With complete support from the 
four LSDs, and most upshore com- 
munities, the civic C( ntre plans will 
be expanded to include two regula- 
tion ice surfaces. 

Also, the province has said it will 



fund 35 per cent of the $1 1 .8 million 
project if the city can prove it is a 
regional project, with regional sup- 
port. That works out to an additional 
$1.2 million, or about $4 million 
total. The province already pledged 
$2.8 million in December. 

Now, the city is setting up a 
meeting with Bernard Valcourt, fed- 
eral employment and immigration 
minister. The Edmundston-arca MP 
is considered the voice of New 
Brunswick in the federal cabinet. 

"Wc should be meeting with Mr. 
Valcourt within the next month or so, 
once wc have all our data gathered on 
how much each community has 
pledged to support, and how much 
Navion Inc. estimates we can raise 
from residents in the region." 



Input is sought for land use 
in East Bathurst communities 



People in the communities of 
Rough Waters, Chamberlain Settle- 
ment and Gloucester Junction have 
requested assistance from the Pro- 
vince in planning for future land use 
in their area. 

A local zoning committee has 
approached the Land Use Planning 
branch of the Department of Munici- 
palities. Culture and Housing to 
initiate the process of preparing a 
basic planning statement and zoning 
regulation. 

"We wek;onie the opportunity to 



work with the committee in these 
communities," said Bathurst MLA 
Marcclle Mersereau in a release. She 
is the minister of municipalities, 
culture and housing. 

The minister explained that the 
first step in the preparation of a basic 
planning statement and zoning reg- 
ulation is to outline the process and to 
solicit local inpuL There will be a 
meeting for this purpose next Tues- 
day at 7 p.m. at the Rough Waters 
Recreational Centre. This meeting is 
open 10 the public. 



The zoning committee consists of 
Claude Boucher, chairperson; Cheryl 
Lavoie, vice-chairperson; Denis 
Boucher, secretary; Willard Lavigne 
and Shirley Pit The community 
planner for the region is Andrd 
Daigle, of the Land Use Planning 
branch of the Department of Munici- 
palities, Culture and Housing. 

"I congratulate the people of 
Rough Waters, Chamberlain Settle- 
ment and Gloucester Junction for 
taking action to plan for future land 
use 



Obituaries 




Nicholas Godin 

The death of Nicholas Godin of 
1030 Clearwater Ave., Bathurst 
occurred Jan. 16, 1993 at Chaleur 
Regional Hospital following a 
lengthy illness. He was 74. 

Bom in Maison- 
nette, he was the 
son of the late 
Alfred and Ang^le j 
(Landry) Godin. 

He served with 
the Canadian 
Armed Forces in 
Nanaimo, B.C. 
during the Second 
World War. 

He worked for Consolidated- 
Baihurst (now Stone-Consolidated 
Inc.) for 36 years, retiring in 1979. He 
was a member of the company's 
Quarter Century Club. 

His wife, the former Marie Anna 
Landry, pre -deceased him in 1986. 

He is survived by four daughters, 
Angela Godin and Annette (Rodney 
Boucher), boih of Bathurst, Monique 
(Paul Babineau) of Beresford, and 
Claudette (Roland Couture) of 
Roberivillc. 

Also surviving are three brothers, 
Mathias and Gdrard (Eliette), both of 
Maisonnette, and Cdlestin (Ar- 
mande) of Quebec City, Que.; three 
sisters, Emdrenticnne Godin and 
Mrs. Evangeline £)eGrace, both of 
Maisonneue, and Vdronique (Lucien 
No£l) of Bathurst; one half-sister, 
Mrs. Marie Manhe D* Allaire of 
Quebec City; five grandchildren; and 
several nieces and nephews. 

He was pre-deceased by a son, 
Gdrard, in 1979. 

The body rested at Elhauon's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 18 at Our Lady of Mount 
Carmel Church, Bathurst. Burial will 
be in the parish cemetery in the 
spring. 

Lauza Cormier 

The death of Mr. Lauza Cormier 
of Villa Chaleur. 795 Champlain Sl, 
Bathurst, occurred Jan. 14, 1993 at 
Chaleur Regional Hospiul following 
a brief illness. She was 88. 

Born in St- 
Raphael-Sur-Mer, 
she was the^w'^— ^^Hi 
daughter of the late ^m- V ' 

Pierre and Octavie 
(Cormier) 
Guignard. 

She was pre- 
deceased by her I 
husband. Wilfred. 

She is survived by three sisters, 
Mrs. Heclorine Gionet (Hervd) and 
Mrs. Melina Gionet (Abraham), both 
of Allardville, and Mrs. Emma 
Chiasson of Pigeon Hill; and several 
nieces and nephews. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 17 at Christ the King 
Church, Allardville. Burial will be in 
the parish cemetery in the spring. 

Victor HacM 

The death of Victor Hachd of 
Tremblay. and originally from Sor- 
many, occurred suddenly on Jan. 11, 
1993. He was 94. 

He was the husband of the laic 
Laura Grant and the late Lina Hachd. 

He is survived by a daughter from 
his first marriage, Mrs. Dora Roy 
(Alcidc) of Bathurst, whom he re- 
sided with for the past 15 years; two 
daughters from his second marriage, 
Mrs. Victoria Arseneau (Normand) 
and Mrs. Priscille Boudrcau, both of 
Robertville; and four sons from his 
second marriage, Gerard, Norman 
and Victorin, all of Robertville. and 





Leo of Dutilop. 

Also surviving are 24 grandchil- 
dren; and several great- 
grandchildren. 

He was pre-deceased by a son, 
Lucien (Alice Boudreau), two years 
ago. 

The remains rested at Verret's 
Funeral Chapel, Sunset Drive, Bath- 
urst Funeral mass was held Jan. 15 at 
Our Lady of the Rosary Church. 
BathursL 

Pallbearers were Leo-Paul Hachd, 
Jacques Hachd, Bruno Hachd, Denis 
David, Hector Roy and Donald 
Boudreau. 

Interment wil be in the parish 
cemetery of Nicolas Denys in the 
spring. 

Aimi TheriauU 

The death of Aimd Theriault of 
Allardville occurred Jan. 14, 1993 at 
Chaleur Regional Hospital. He was 
82. 

Born in Ber- 
trand, he was the j. ^^^v 
son of the late jj- ■■**^*-- 
Aimd and Jose- Qf?] ■ 
phine (Theriault) '*""' 
Theriault. 

He was a heavy I 
duty operator for 
the province of I 
New Brunswick! 
until his retirement. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Yvonne Dugas; six sons. 
Laurent (Micheline Chiasson) of Al- 
lardville, Donald (Eva Forbes) of St 
Paul de Caraquet, Cldophas (Noella 
Martin) of Mississauga, Ont.; Adrien 
(Anne NoCl) and Louis-Emile (Rose- 
line Leclerc), both of Fermont, Que., 
and Pierre (Andrde Menard) of 
Grandby, Que.; and seven daughters, 
Laurraine (Walter Mazerolle), Do- 
nalda (Henry Cormier) and Pierrette 
(Abel Vienneau), all of Allardville, 
Corrine (Albert Doiron) of Sl Paul 
de Caraquet, Claudette (the late Ed- 
mond Cormier) and Adrienne 
(Claude Bellavance), both of Wawa, 
Ont., and Emilienne (Jean-Guy 
Gauthier) of Fermont 

Also surviving are four brothers, 
Ernest of LaTuque, Que., and Joseph, 
Gustave and Raoul, all of Bertrand; 
four sisters, Mrs. Ursule Mailhot of 
Caraquet and Anna (Charles Ber- 
nard), Mrs. Louise Godin and Miss 
Lauza Theriault all of Montreal, 
Que.; one daughter-in-law, Aldda 
Roussel (the late Conrad Theriault) 
of St. Wilfred; 42 grandchildren; and 
28 great-grandchildren. 

One son, Conrad, pre-deceased 
him in 1974. 

The body rested at Elhatton's 
Funeral Home. Funeral service was 
held Jan. 18 at Christ the King 
Church, Allardville. The body will be 
placed in the parish cemetery vault. 

Randy Rosengren 

The death of Randy Wayne Roser- 
gren of Archibald Seulement near 
Jacquet River, occurred Dec. 31, 
1992 following a snowmobile acci- 
dent. He was 34. 

Bom in Dalhou- 
sie, he was the son I 
of the late Roland | 
J. and Inez M. 
( S m e a r e r )| 
Rosengren. 

He is survived ] 
by his spouse, the 
farmer Judy Dcve- b_jw^_^y 
reaux, and three *'^**^'***'' 
children, Mindy, Shawn and Jen- 
nifer, all of Archibald Seulement 

Also surviving are three brothers, 
Fred of Bathurst and Clarence and 





Ricky, both of Archibald Settlement; 
and three sisters, Shirley Esliger of 
Armstrong Brook, Faye Lavigne of 
Bathurst and Brenda Kelly of Archi- 
bald Settlement. 

The remains rested at McMillan's 
Funeral Home, Black Point. Funeral 
service was held Jan. 3 at Bethel 
United Church, Nash Creek, with 
Reverend Edward Tarrant 
officiating. 

Hymns sung by the choir were 
"Seek Ye First" "Amazing Grace" 
and *X}lory, Glory." 

Pallbearers were Billy Hickey, 
Dale Smearer, Pierre O'Brien, Keith 
Furloue. Greg DriscoU and Allain 
Audit 

Burial will be held at Zion United 
Church cemetery. Now Mills, in the 
spring. 

Mario Dechamplain 

The death of Mario Dechamplain 
of 1150 Vanier Boulevard, Bathurst 
occurred accidentally Jan. 17, 1993. 
He was 39. 

Bom in Hearst 
Ont, he was the 
son of Hervd and 
Elise (Corribcau) 
Dechamplain. 

Besides his pa- 
rents, he is sur- 
vived by his wife, 
the former Diane 
Theriault; two 
sons, Simon and Danny, both of 
Bathurst; and one daughter, Julie 
Dechamplain of Bathurst 

Also surviving are his father-in- 
law, Maurice Theriault of Rimouski, 
Que.; and several nieces, nephews 
and brothers- and sisters-in-law. 

The remains are resting at Verret's 
Funeral Chapel, Sunset Drive, Bath- 
urst. Funeral service will be held 
Wednesday, Jan. 20 at Our Lady of 
the Rosary Church, Bathurst begin- 
ning at 2: 1 5 p.m. Intennent will be in 
the parish cemetery in the spring. 

Arthur Rolrichaud 

The death of Arthur A. Robichaud 
of Inkerman Ferry occurred Jan. 8, 
1993 at the Moncton Hospital. He 
was 65. 

He was the son of Addline (NoCI) 
Robichaud of Villa Beausdjour in 
Caraquet and the late Amddd 
Robichaud. 

Besides his mother, he is survived 
by his wife, the former Ldonie Robi- 
chaud; and four daughters, Mariette 
Robichaud of Moncton, Huguette 
(Yvon Arseneau) of Tracadie-Shcila, 
Jeannita (Mario Hdbcrt) of Frederic- 
ton, and Dolor6s (Etienne Hdbert) of 
Caraquet 

Also surviving are four sisters, 
Estelle (Jerry Cormier) and Jacque- 
line (Valmond Chamberlain), both of 
Bathurst and Rita Robichaud and 
Marguerite Robichaud, both of Cara- 
quet; four brothers, Joseph, Gilles 
and Armand (Gloria), all of Inker- 
man, and Albdnie (Carmelle) of 
Rivi6re-du-Loup, Que.; his father- 
and mother-in-law, Thdodore and 
Lina Boudreau of Six Roads; and one 
granddaughter, Rende-Claude. 

One brotha, Jean, pre-deceased 
him. 

The remains rested at the Maison 
Fundraire Robichaud in Tracadie- 
Sheila. Funeral services were held 
Jan. 10 at Eglise Saint-Michel in 
Inkerman. Officiating were Fathers 
Bcnoit Rioux, Vincent Hachd, Levis 
Arseneau, Aristide Ldgfere, Alphdge 
Chiasson, Gerard Gautrcau, Armand 
Losicr and David Ferguson. 

Interment will be in the parish 
cemetery in the spring. 




Snow sculpture built for Crime Stoppers Month 

In conjunction with January being Crime Stoppers Month, a snow sculpture of the Crime Stoppers logo has been 
erected. The sculpture was built outside the Hemian J. Good, VC, Branch No. 18 Royal Canadian Legion. The project 
look 14 hours, and involved the volunteer efforts of Yves Arseneau. Rend Arseneau, Lise Doucet, RCMP Cst 
Michelle D- harme, Denis Robiuillc, Dan Draper and Andrd Richardson. Shown front from left are Glen Daley, 
program coordinator with the Department of Natural Resources and Energy; and Cst. Mike Landry, program 
coordinator with the Bathurst RCMP. Back from left are Sgt John Richardson, Bathurst City Police coordinator; Cpl. 
Julien Isabelle, BNPP coordinator; and local businessman Bob Homibrook, president of Chaleur Crime Stoppers. 

(Northern tight Photo) 

Doctors meet to help smelter workers 



Area health professionals will 
soon know more about the effects 
heavy metal exposure has on a 
person. 

A meeting has been called for Jan. 
27 at the Atlantic Host Inn in Bath- 
urst where Dr. Margit Blecker of 
Baltimore, Maryland will brief the 
health professionals on just what to 
look for in their patients. 

Dr. Bleeker is director of the 
Centre for Occupational and Envir- 
onmental Neurology in Baltimore. 

B3^ass fatality 
investigated 

An RCMP investigation continues 
into a motor vehicle accident Sunday 
which claimed the life of a Bathurst 
man. 

Mario Dechamplain, 39, of Vanier 
Boulevard, died when his car col- 
lided with a transport truck on High- 
way 1 1 . The accident occurred near 
the King Avenue exit at approxi- 
nuttely 9:50 a.m. Mr. Dechamplain 
was travelling alone when the mishap 
occurred. 

The transpori Uuck was owned by 
Seabord Transpori Ltd., and was 
carrying a cargo of metal rods and 
parts when the accident occurred. 
The truck driver was not injured. 



She is presently supervising health 
tests of Belledune Smelter workers 
who have been exposed to lead and 
other heavy metals, to determine if 
psychological or neurological prob- 
lems have resulted. 

Kim Haslett a spokesperson with 
the New Brunswick Occupational 
Health and Safety Commission, said 



the meeting was called "because all 
workers (at the smelter) have diffe- 
rent doctors." Ms Haslet was con- 
tacted Tuesday at her office in 
Fredericton. 

Dr. Blecker's presentation will 
centre on symptoms to look for, 
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An interim executive has been chosen within EcoChaleur in order to make the group more functional, to help 
increase its membership, received grants and to increase it's visibility with the public. Seated from left are Donna 
Hicks, secretary; Patrick Hach6, president; and Patrice Godin, vice-president Back from left are directors Maurice 
Pitre and Bonny Pond. 

(Northern Light Photo) 

EcoChaleur seeks to increase 
its public profile for 1993 



The environmental group EcoCha- 
leur will be restructured in 1993. 

During its annual meeting Jan. 9, 
five group members discussed how to 
make EcoChaleur more functional. 
The group's main goals for this year 
are increasing membership, receiv- 
ing more funding and increasing 
public visibility. 

Accomplishing these goals and 
restructuring the group will have 
priority over tackling new environ- 
ntental issues this year. 

To help do this, an interim execu- 
tive commiuee was formed from 
those who attend Eco Chaleur meet- 
ings on a regular basis. The executive 
will then assign specific duties to 
other members who do not regularly 
attend meetings. 

In the past, members gathered 
together for a common concern with- 
out having designated jobs. Now, 
each member is in charge of one 
aspect of every campaign or project, 
such as publicity, or finances. Pro- 
jects will involve a fivc-sicp process 
of analysing, planning, action, publ- 
icity and a follow-up. 

The group would also like to 



become incorporated in June 1993. 
The executive will study the incorpo- 
ration papers of other organizations 
to decide whether the group would 
most beneOt from non-profit, charity 
or Co-op status. Being incorporated 
increases funding opportunities, 
which in turn allows the group to be a 
central communication liaison be- 
tween the public, media, government 
and business. 

The third objective this year is to 
increase public visibility. Members 
may be asked to take on projects 
during Environment Week or Forest 
Week, design parade floats, set up an 
information booth in local farmers' 
markets, or create an environmental 
theme for carnival activities. The 
group may be also looking for spon- 
sors to help fund these promotional 
projects. 

EcoChaleur also wants to increase 
public visibility through newpapcr 
inserts, or advertising. The group also 
plans to learn how to better capture 
the media's attention. 

They are also considering having 
membership cards, and possibly 



charging a membership fee like other 
organizations. 

Since the group became active in 
February 1991, it has been involved 
in many environmental projects. 
These include participating in round 
table discussions on the environment 
and rural land use: increasing envir- 
onmental awareness with policy 
makers and the media; and discussing 
items of environmental concern 
within the region, and the province. 

Most recently, EcoChaleur con- 
ducted an infomfial survey of local 
convenience stores on the availability 
or rcfillable beverage containers in 
the region. This was in direct re- 
sponse to the provincial govern- 
ment's Beverage Containers Act, 
which the group has stated is some- 
what inadequate. 

Members also attended numerous 
out-of-town conferences on the envi- 
ronment in 1992. 

Ecochaleur evolved from a public 
task force meeting on on sustainable 
development, sponsored by the Pre- 
mier's Round Table on Environment 
and Economy. 



Passage House Radiothon set 
for broadcast on CKLE April 18 



Bathurst Passage House Inc. has 
announced its second annual fund- 
raising campaign with the Richelieu 
Club. 

Passage House president Carole 
Foumier said Monday that board 
members, the Richilieu Club and 
CKLE will work together on this 
year's radiothon fund raiser April 1 8. 
CKLE employees will donate up to 
100 hours of their tinte to put on the 
event, during which people call in 
with pledges to Passage House. - 

"The Richelieu Club has been our 
major sponsor in the past, and we 
hope this year's radiothon that they 
put on will raise a good part, if not all, 
of the $25,000 we need for our 
operating budget," said Ms. Foumier. 
She was elected board president of 
the k;oal shelter for battered women 
and children in December. 



Annual operating costs at Passage 
House are about $180,000. The pro- 
vincial government provides an an- 
nual grant of about $150,000 but the 
board of directors has to raise the 
remaining $25,000 to $30,000 from 
within the community. 

Ms. Foumier said the shelter 
should not have a problem raising the 
money they need. 

"I realize there are a lot of fund 
raising events going on in the region, 
but last year everything went really 
well for Passage House, and I believe 
the people of Bathurst will respond to 
us again this year." 

This meeting will be a good siari 
for Passage House in 1993. Last 
November, the shelter was in danger 
of closing after four of seven board 
members resigned in the wake of a 
labor contract dispute with six em- 



ployees at the home. However, a new 
board and executive was elected in 
December, and Ms. Foumier said 
contract negotiations are progressing 
more smoothly. 

"We met with them last Monday 
and arc ironing out the final details of 
a contract Both sides would like this 
issue resolved as soon as possible." 

She also said the board will decide 
on a new executive director of Pas- 
sage House within the next week. 
Current executive director Nancy 
Doucet is leaving her position due to 
personal reasons. 

Since opening August 1988, Pas- 
sage House has sheltered more than 
575 women and children. Up to 12 
people can stay there at any given 
time. Last year, they provided a safe 
place for 120 women and children. 



Petit Rocher man in Indonesia 



To Indonesia via Simcoe, Gnu is 
an unusual route, but that is the one 
that has been followed by Michel 
Godin. 

An interest in other cultures and 
people prompted the 20-ycar-oid Pe- 
tit Rocher native to participate in the 
Youth Canada World Program. The 
1990 Ecole Secondaire Nepisiguit 




graduate was accepted to the program 
whik; studying Computer Drafting 
Course at the New Brunswick Com- 
munity College last year. 

Youth Canada Worid is an ex- 
change program where young people 
between the age of 18 an 21 have a 
chance to share their culture vriih 
youths from other countries. 

As part of the Ontario-Indonesia 
program, Michel lived with a Sim- 
coe, Ont. family with his Indonesian 
exchange partner Edward Juanta 
from September to December. 

While there, Michel and Edward 
worked at The Simcoe <t Nanticoke 
Times and particpated in various 
community projects. 

On Dec. 13, he arrived in Cenual 
Kalmantan, Indonesia with Edward. 
He will be living with a local family 
to learn as much as possible about 



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Michel Godin of Petit Rocher with 
exchange partner Edward Juanu of 
Indonesia. 




their culuire. 

Michel is the son of Sandra (Cais- 
sie) Godin and Jean-Guy Godin of 
Petit Rocher. 

"We haven't had much news from 
him yet because it takes three weeks 
for mail to travel here, but we did get 
a postcard that says he is really 
enjoying himself, and seeing some 
incredible sights," said Mrs. Godin, 
adding, "He has already spent his 
20th birthday, Christmas and New 
Year's over there, but we haven't 
been able to talk to him on the phone 
because there is no phone link in his 
village." 

Michel is expected to return to 
Canada in April. 



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Sheriffs of modern day 
more like bureaucrats 

Administrative duties have replaced gun play 



The outlaw, dressed head to toe in 
black, fondles his pearl-handled pis- 
tols. It's high noon, and he's squaring 
off against the town sheriff in a dusty 
Main Street of the Old West. 

Thanks to Hollywood, that's the 
image many people have of what a 
sheriff's job is like. In reality, the life 
of a Canadian sheriff in modem times 
is altogether different, but no less 
challenging, according to Bathurst 
Sheriff Edgar M. Aubd. 

"My job is mainly an administra- 
tive one, but it is a real challenge to 
keep abreast of all the changes in 
legal policies and siatuu;s. We need 
to go to training sessions every three 
months because every change needs 
to be explained, and wc have to keep 
up with what is current, and what is 
required of us." 

Sheriffs arc civil servants, hired by 
the province as peace keepers. They 
ensure various aspects of the Justice 
System run smoothly, such as serving 
Court of Queen's Bench documents. 
They also act as coroners lo investi- 
gate all sudden and unexpected 
deaths. 

Among their duties include the 
transportation of prisoners and men- 
tal patients from one institution to 
another; providing security in the 
Court of Queen's Bench; serving 
registered court documents; conduct- 
ing evictions for rentalsmen through 
a court order; serving and enacting 
interim (repossession) orders; jury 
selection and supervision; and serv- 
ing court injunctions, such as arrest 
warrants and subpoena. 

Most of the field work in Glouces- 
ter County is done by the six deputy 
sheriffs, who all have their own 
disticts lo cover in the region. Sheriff 
Aubd coordinates the work of the six 
deputies, and makes all decisions in 
the office. 

PLANNING IMPORTANT 

"I spend a lot of time planning, 
mostly in my office," said Sheriff 
Aubd, who is a Beresford native. He 
has been the Gloucester County sher- 
iff since he was appointed by the 
province in 1986, and was previously 
a deputy sheriff Before that, he 
worked with the provincial liquor 
licensing board, and he holds a 
business administration degree. 

"There is no set route to become a 
sheriff or deputy sheriff, except you 
need a minimum of high school, plus 
at least one year experience working 
for the legal system in some capacity, 
and you should be bilingual." 

Sheriff Aubd said the best part of 
his job is the day-to-day diversity, 
and meeting all kinds of people. 

"One day, I may have to be 
concerned with transporting a pris- 
oner from his jail to the court and 
back, and the next day I could be in 
the process of selecting a jury, and the 
next day I could be assigning depu- 
ties to serving court documents. It's 
really a mixed bag, but 1 like the fact 
you deal with all kinds of people, 
from judges to financial institutions 
to prisoners to the general public. It is 



certaini y not the same job every day . " 
Sheriff Aubd said he misses the 
field work, and being in contact with 
the public on a daily basis, but he 
docs not miss any assignments in- 
volving dogs. 

"Once when 1 was a deputy sheriff 
me and this other deputy had to serve 
a summons to a resident of this house. 
There was this huge dog outside, and 
I do not like dogs. Anyhow, the other 
deputy got out, and the dog started 
towards him. The deputy told the dog 
to slay, and the dog stayed. 1 thought 
that didn't look too hard, so 1 got out, 
the dog started toward me, I said 
stay.. .and the dog kept going toward 
mc so 1 had to run up the street. The 
guys still bug me about thai" 

Apart from dogs. Sheriff Aubd 
said deputies usually do not have any 
problem serving warrants or 
summons. 



"1 tell my men the approach to 
pec^le has to be proper. 1 don't care if 
they take half an hour to serve a court 
document, as long as they maintain 
good relations with the person. Wc 
want the person to understand we arc 
just doing our job, and don't repre- 
sent anyone in particular. Sometimes 
we even help explain what a docu- 
ment means because you never know 
when you may have to go back and 
deal with that person on a more 
serious matter." 

Sheriff Aubd said the two most 
important qualities in a sheriff today 
arc flexibility and good organi7.a- 
tional skills. 

"You can plan a day, but fifteen 
minutes later totally need to rear- 
range the whole scenario because of 
uncontrollables. 

"You never know what can 
happen." 




No, they aren't looking over wanted posters... Deputy Sheriff Paul Branch 
(left) looks over some court documents with Sheriff Edgar Aubd 

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Greg Mulock, Managing Editor 

EDITORIAL 

It might work 

Beresford is giving thought to taking over the now- 
defunct Miss New Brunswicic Pageant. 

Miss New Brunswick was an integral part of Wood- 
stock's Old Home Week since the 1960s. It was announced 
last week, however, that the pageant had fallen victim to 
changing times. That is, since such pageants are no longer 
politically correct, it was increasingly difficult to get 
contestants and the necessary funding. 

That may be so — in the southern half of the province. 
Here in the Chaleur region, such pageants are as popular as 
ever. (As for the trouble that has befallen the Miss Bathurst 
Pageant in recent years, that has been the result of infighting 
among organizers more than anything else.) 

Obviously, it is a long way from thinking about hosting a 
provincial pageant to actually organizing one. However, if 
details could be worked out, such a pageant wouldn't hurt in 
raising our public profile across New Brunswick, and in a 
positive manner. 



Reader survey planned 



Sitting 
Back 

WHh GREG MULOCK 
Paraorral opinion from 
tlM managing editor 




Survey says. ..well, we don't know 
yet but we intend to find out. 

The Northern Light is in the pro- 
cess of drafting a questionnaire for 
our readers. We want to Tind out what 
you like and dislike about the paper. 
For example. Do you want to see 
fewer photos of cheque presenta- 
tions? How do you feel about photos 
of scout and guide investitures? What 
about our coverage of school events? 
Are you satisfied with our coverage 
of Beresford and Bathurst council 
meetings? 

And so on and so on. Solid input 
from readers is important for a 
community newspaper, and we ha- 
ven't done a readers' survey since 
1989. (One of the changes made as a 
result of the feedback we received 
was that photos of hunters and their 
kill were discontinued.) 

There will be lots of notice given 
as to when the questionnaire will 



appear. In the meantime, think about 
what you already like in the paper, 
what you don't like and what you 
would perhaps like to see in The 
Northern Light. 

GET WELL SOON 

It was with great dismay that I 
learned that Joe Kennedy is in the 
hospital for heart trouble. Joe is 
well-known to us and our readers for 
his entertaining letters to the editor. 
Joe knows I don't always agree with 
what he writes, but I enjoy his sense 
of humor. 

In any event, get well soon, Joe! 

FUN TIME 

My good friend Gerald Doucei, 
from The Northern Light ad depart- 
ment, wants me to remind everyone 
of the fifth annual UCT Pig Roast this 
weekend. 

This is a guaranteed good time, 
organized by the United Commercial 
Travelers of America, Bathurst 
Council 827. The fun gets under way 
Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Gowan Brae 
Golf and Country Club. 

Everyone is welcome but you need 
a ticket. Give a call to Gerald at 
546-2529 or 546-4491, or to Mike al 
548-2396. 



Butter ration cut in '43 



Flashback 

Events from the archives 
of The Northern Light 



70 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 19Z3 

Notwithstanding the stormy 
weather which has prevailed all 
week, a large audience turned out on 
Tuesday evening to see and hear 
Robert L. Doucet's amateur produc- 
tion. The Adventures of Grandpa, and 
the afternoon matinee at the Opera 
House was well Tilled, despite the 
raging snow storm. 

The play, while a fairly good one, 
was a little disappointing after The 
Arrival of Kitty, the last farce pro- 
duced under Mr. Doucet's direction. 

60 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1933 

The Gloucester County Council 
wrestles with big problems as the 
revenues go down 60 per cent from 
last year. Council is Hnding provid- 
ing direct fmancial relief to families 
bclcagured by the Depression an 
intolerable burden. It will ask the 
provincial and federal governments 
to increase grants. 
50 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1943 

The Prices Board in Saint John 
announced today that the butter ra- 
tion available to each Canadian dur- 
ing the next six-week period will be 
two pounds instead of three pounds, 
which would be availabk; under 
normal rations. The order is designed 
to maintain the butter supply and 
ensure equitable distributions during 
low supply seasons. It is estimated 
this will save eight million pounds of 
butter during the next month and a 
half. 

40 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1953 

Ardent amateur photographer Har- 
otd Gammon was elected president of 
the newly-formed Bathurst Camera 
Club al its Hrst meeting at the 
Bathurst Fireman's Hall. 



30 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1963 

A comfortable and tastefully de- 
corated cocktail lounge, one of the 
few to be opened thus far in New 
Brunswick under the revised N.B. 
Liquor Act, is opening this week at 
the Gloucester Hotel. The Harbour 
Room, 'ix;atcd on the second floor of 
the newh umpletcd extension, fea- 
tures the N.B. Tartan, deep maho- 
gany walls, air-conditioning and 
high-ndelity music. 
20 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1973 

A snowmobile accident on the 
Consolidated-Bathurst spur line in 
South Bathurst claimed a vehicle but 
no people. Apparently the operator of 
the vehicle, Robert Doucet, was 
travelling along the rail line when he 
noticed an approaching train. 

Due to the high banks caused by 
heavy snow, he couldn't get his 
snowmobile out of the way and had to 
jump, sacrificing his machine to the 
speeding train. 
10 YEARS AGO 
Jan. 1983 

As unbelieveabic as it may seem, 
the price of gas at the local filling 
station has actually dropped by 1.6 
cents per liu-e as of Jan. 1, the first 
real decrease in years. Oil industry 
ofricals say the decrease is a direct 
result of Canadians using less oil, and 
the falling world oil prices. 

With the recession, improved con- 
servation and off-oil programs, less 
oil is needed in the country so less is 
imported. Gas prices in Bathurst arc 
averaging 44.8 cents per litre regular 
and 46.9 cents per \iac unleaded. 



Chretien and his *way* with words 



We've our own ideas what Liberal 
Leader Jean Chretien was trying to 
say about his command of the Engl- 
ish language but, ironically, he didn't 
say it very well. 

There arc some things better left 
unexplained. 

Mr. Chretien, and his wife Aline, 
were interviewed on the CBC televi- 
sion program "Contact" when the 
language issue arose. Interviewer 
Hana Gartner asked Mr. Chretien 
what she perceived to be her hus- 
band's weaknesses, and she replied 
that the Liberal leader "speaks up his 
mind very, very fast sometimes so he 
has to be more careful." 

This brought Mr. Chretien into the 
discussion and he referred to his 
usage of both English and French. 
And he left us with the clear impress- 
ion that he son of enjoyed his 
shortcomings with languages — to 
belter identify with the average Joe. 

DIFFERENT VERSION 

But when one Toronto newspaper 
wrote that the leada was purposely 
speaking poor English, his director of 
communications, Peter Donolo, took 



Political Scene 



By STEWART MadiOO 
Oniwt Burtiu 



pen in hand and told the editor this 
was "just ludicrous." 

"What he did say," wrote Mr. 
Donolo, "...was that he had pertiaps 
not been careful enough in express- 
ing himself in his second language, 
but that the audience never seemed to 
mind." 

Well, that's one way of looking at 
it. But, as always, there are a number 
of different vantage points in such 
cases. And by writing a protest letter, 
Mr. Donolo simply draws attention to 
them. It's an open invitation for 
political junkies to dig up the tran- 
scripts and And out exactly what was 
said — and guess at what was meant. 
And that just keeps the controversy 
moving right along. 

And here, lo help set the record 
straight, we must try to decide 
wheUier it was "ludicrous" to suggest 



Mr. Chretien was deliberately flaw- 
ing the language or whether, as Mr. 
Donolo said, "he had perhaps not 
been careful enough." 

Here, word for word, is what Mr. 
Chretien said about language: "For 
me 10 speak good English was not a 
problem for me, in fact I enjoy it was 
a kind, perhaps silly on my part, but 
the more I was making mistakes in 
English, Aline will tell that to me all 
the tinne, I felt that I was with the 
average Canadian. As somebody said 
10 me, 'Jean you're right there.' The 
majority of Candadians have an ac- 
cent anyway. So, but it was a short- 
coming. I should have been more 
meticulous...." 

FRENCH TOO 

He went on about his French: "But 
it was a way for me to be part of this. 
That, and today, especially in the 
intellectual, intelligenuia in Quebec, 
because I would speak a language 
that communicate very well with, 
you know, the east end of Monb-eal, 
they look down on me. There's much 
more people living in east end Mon- 
ueal than in Outrcmont..." 



When the interviewer asked Mrs 
Chretien whether it upset her when 
someone "says that your husband is 
an unqualified, undignified loud 
mouth whose English is as had as his 
French," she said No. "Not al all, 
because I know it's not true. ' 

The point, here is not lo critic i/c 
Mr. Chretien's command of Ian 
guages, either English or French. Bui 
if there is a point to be made — for the 
umpteenth time, it's ihal well- 
meaning aides should think very 
carefully before criticizing someone 
else's interpretalion of the boss's 
remarks — unless those rcmark.s 
have a crystal clarity. 

The only purpose served by such 
criticism is to send reporters scurry- 
ing for the transcript so sec whether, 
in fact, there was a "ludicrous" 
interpretation placed on things. 

So, as a public service, we now lei 
readers judge this for themselves. 



Suppose you were an idiot and 
suppose you were a member of 
Congress. But I repeat myself. 

- Mark Twain 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Mayor responds to Kennedy 



(Editor'* Not:- Th« following /• an op»n 
lelttr to Bathurtt retMenI Jo* K»nifdy 
from Mayor Ken Franette.) 

I see that you have shaken the 
cobwebs of time and decided to get 
back into letter-writing again. Good! 

As I read your letter in last week's 
Northern Light, it was nice to see that 
you are still as sharp and critical as 
ever. Politicians need to be reminded 
as often as possible about their 
responsibilities and their accounta- 
bility lo the electorate. 

I appreciate your criticism and will 
make adjusunents where warranted. 
However, your letter did have a few 
flaws which I would like to correct. 

I believe your concern over what 
you describe as our "bickering coun- 
cil" may simply be a case of percep- 
tion, since much of our so<allcd 
bickering is just old-fashioned politi- 



cal warfare — a healthy sign of 
debate which is lo be expected on 
occasion. 

And, as far as our so-called "beg- 
ging" u> other local governments, for 
funds lo assists in the building of our 
civic cenue, let me simply say that 
we expect to have citizens of other 
areas join us in using the centre and 
also paying for its consuuction. Our 
own city's shrinking population can- 
not support such a massive project, h 
is only good economic sense that we 
extend an invitation (or begging, as 
you call it) to others for assistance. 

Then you make a statement that 
only a portion of taxpayers in the Big 
River area voted on a lax increase. 
You suggest that not everyone voted. 
Well, Joe, that's democracy, a word 
you used loosely (and perhaps inac- 
curately) in your letter. If you don't 



vote, you don't complain. Even the 
president of the United Stales was 
elected by only a majority of voters 
who gave him less than 45 per cent of 
the popular vote. He's still president. 
I was not elected by an overwhelming 
majority, but I am still your mayor. 

So you see, even in the cradle of 
democracy, there arc flaws. And, Joe, 
that's what it all means. 

Oh, yes: you brought up the "pay- 
off' to the city manager again. Well, 
no one will ever be able to convince 
me that the so<alled payoff is not one 
of the best and most equitable moves 
your elected council has made so far. 

Again, thanks for the leuer and I 
hope you will take my response in the 
spirit with which it was written. 

Your friend. 

Ken Frcnette 
Mayor, of Bathurst 



Commitment and effort both improved 
the quaUty of Ufe in Upper Dawson 



Fibromyalgia 
victim 
appreciates 
response 

(Editor'* Note: Tha following /• from 
DIannm Noon, a Bathurtt woman witfi 
Fibromyalgia Syndrom* who waa the 
aubject of a feature In laal week't 
Northern Light. Fibromyalgia Syn- 
drome la a painful tendon, muacia and 
Joint condition.) 

This letter is to ihank all the people 
with fibromyalgia who called me. 

We are going to gel an association 
going, because it is necessary for 
moral support and exchange of infor- 
mation. I am enclosing the address of 
ihe fibromyalgia headquarters. The 
first set of information is free but if 
you should order the newsletter later 
please use money orders as cheques 
take forever lo clear. 

The address is Fibromyalgia Net- 
work. 5700 Stockdale Hwy, #100, 
Bakersfield. C.A. 93309, U.S.A. (1 
will make available an Ontario and a 
Quebec address in the near future.) 
Dianna Noon 
Bathurst 



(Edilor'a Note: T7m following la from 
Dfmnna Lemire, community Involve- 
mam coordinator with the Departmant 
of Munlclpalltlea, Culture and Houaing 
In Batfturat) 

Recently, the Upper Dawson Ten- 
ant Association hosted a visit from 
Deborah Gordon and Tullio Capulo, 
representatives for the Federation of 
Canadian Municipalities. They are in 
the process of doing a research study 
of 10 communities across Canada. 
Uper Dawson was chosen as one of 
three communities lo visit. 

Upper Dawson has been develop- 
ing for two years with the support of 
the Bathurst Regional office of the 



Department of Municipalities, Cul- 
ture and Housing and the hard work 
and volunteer time of its residents. 
We have seen many changes take 
place since the beginning, due to the 
good organization of the Tenant 
Association and the many guest 
speakers, programs and activities 
they porovide from their community 
centre. 

The increase in the quality of life, 
safety and security, and the personal 
development of the residents and 
their children, has come about due to 
their involvement in their commun- 
ity. This is the reason why Bathurst 



Choice of giving 



There seems lo me to be very little 
difference in whether a child's life is 
taken before birth or only a few short 
years later. 

Do we wish to save an unborn 
child, then walch this child become 
the victim of cruel starvation, brutal- 
ity of criminal violence and war, or 
poisoning by pollution of food and 
water? What is the point in bringing 
more children into the chaotic condi- 



tions which, as we now know, we 
ourselves have created? 

Let's lift our heads out of the mire 
of everyday petty concerns and take a 
broad look around, over the entire 
world, with our eyes wide open. Our 
greed, our lust for power, our vicious 
competitiveness for the dollar and 
our narrow nationalistic views have 
not brought humanity to peace and 
happiness, but seemingly to misery 



TV options have progressed 
a long way from two channels 



By now, we have all probably 
heard the pros and cons on the cable 
channel lineup. Some people like the 
changes while others arc totally 
against them. 

There's no doubt Cable 2000 is 
trying lo please as many customers as 
possible, and each programming 
change made will directly affect 
those customers. 

When you're talking TV program- 
ming, it's impossible lo satisfy 
everyone. 

In the 1960s, the only channels 



available were the local offair chan- 
nels. Then cable was introduced and 
the channels multiplied. Now, in the 
1990s, satellite technololgy is avail- 
able and the choices are excellent. 

Satellite can now offer more vari- 
ety of channels and you can choose 
them yourself. Individuals can now 
suit their own viewing habits; no 
more paying for unwanted channels. 

We've come a long way from only 
two channels. And remember at least 
now you have a choice. 

Daniel Richardson 
Bathurst 



Fire victim appreciated support _ 



was chosen to visit. 

Hats off 10 the residents of Upper 
Dawson. They set a good example in 
Bathurst as a community that "works 
together to make it a better commun- 
ity to live in, one step at a time." Each 
person has a special gift or talent and 
they give it willingly for the 
community. 

Abo, thank you to all the members 
of the larger Bathurst community 
who have supported Upper Dawson 
in many different ways; it really helps 
make things happen! 

Dianne Lemire 
Bathurst 



IS ours 



and to the brink of extinction. It is 
true that Ufe is easier, materially, than 
ever before in history, but at what 
price? 

Let's stop putting up picket signs 
protesting deaths of unborn infants, 
and direct our energies towards a real 
choice: the choice of providing all 
children, everywhere in the world, 
with lite unconditional guarantee that 
we will not harm them, nor kill them, 
at some future date. 

The choice is ours, now, and it is a 
choice which, one of these days, may 
not be possible. 

Mary Willow 
Beresford 



Our policy 
on letters 

Address letters to Editor's Mail, 
The Northern Light, P.O. Box 416, 
Bathurst N.B., E2A 3Z3. Letters 
appear in the paper with the author's 
name, therefore include your address 
and daytime phone number for verifi- 
cation. Anonymous letters will be 
discarded. We reserve the right to 
edit letlera. 




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Winter tales 

Students in Betty Matchett's Grade 3 class at Coronation Park School were all ears earlier this month. The occasion 
was a story-telling session by Bemadetlc McKendy, retired librarian from the Nepisiguit Centennial Library. Mrs. 
McKendy related to the students her winter experiences as a young girl in Kent County. 

(Northern Light Photo) 



Share Lent committee preparing for campaign 

Tlie local committee for the annual Share Lent fund raiser is now preparing for the campaign, set for the end of 
March. The campaign, headed by Development and Peace, is to raise monies for Third World projects, via monies 
collected in Catholic churches in Northern New Brunswick during Lent Shown front from left are Diane Noel, 
secielanr: Sr. Rita Cormier, campaign president; Yolande Ferron, and Mgr. Andrd Richard, honorable president Back 
from left are Gisele Gagnon, Bathurst; Georgette Feriatte, Campbellton; Marie-Marthe Robichaud, Caraquet; Claire 
Chiasson, Shippagan; Rita Beauregard, Shippagan; and Gilles Haley, Bcresford. Missing from photo is Dorilla Losier 
of Tracadie. 

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Eileen Hennessy is new Ladies Auxiliary president 

The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Herman J. Good VC Branch No. 18 of the Royal Canadian Legion recentlly elected its 
1993 executive. Front from left are president Eileen Hennessy, honorary president Alice Jagoc, past-president Alice 
Chapman, second vice-president Anne Arseneau, first vice-president Bessie Ramsay and secretary Dorothy Knowles. 
Middle row: provincial president Helen Knowles, executive members Lucille Linden, Mary-Jean Vicnneau, 
(jeorgette Willeu and Cecilia Henry; treasurer Lillian Jagoe, and sergeant-at-arms Mary Anne Kenny. Back: Sundard 
bearers Macrina Legacy, Celia (jlcndenning and Viola Aubie. 

(Northern Ltghl Pholo) 

Focus on the Future is 1993 theme 
for Victorian Order Of Nurses Week 



The theme for the Victorian Order 
of Nurses (VON) week, Jan. 24 to 30, 
is Focus on the Future. 

VON is a national, voluntary, 
non-profit health care organization 
with 73 branches nationwide. The 
Bathurst Branch started in I9SS, and 
served people only within the Bath- 
urst city limits. Tliie staff at that time 




consisted of two nurses, one part- 
time office worker and an executive 
director. 

Today, it employs six full-time 
nurses, one full-time office manager 
and an executive director. It serves 
people from Belledune down to 
Sheila and Miscou. There is also a 
suboffice located in Caraquet. 

The group provides services such 
as blood pressure clinics, in-home 
veteran care, school health clinics, 
occupational health care programs, 
senior counselling, and blood sugar 
and cholesterol clinics. 

The provincial government recen- 
tly announced it would no longer 
fund a major portion of the VON 
program — in-home long-term 
health care visits for people who do 



not need to be hospitalized, but who 
have a chronic medical condition, 
like diabetes, that they may need help 
managing on a day-to-day basis. 

Instead, ExU'a-mural health care 
will take over all home visits. Mrs. 
Ratchford said in an interview last 
week that ExU^-mural services arc 
40 to 50 per cent more expensive than 
VON services. 

As part of the celebration for VON 
week, blood pressure clinics will be 
held at the Bathurst Shopping Mall 
on Jan. 28 from S p.m. to 8 p.m. and at 
the City Fanners' Market on Main 
Sueet Jan. 30, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 

There will also be a VON poster 
contest for students, and the VON 
flag will be raised in front of City 
Hall. 



Mayor Ken Frenetic (seated) re- 
cently signed a proclaimation declar- 
ing Jan. 24 to 30 Victorian Order of 
Nurses Week in Bathurst, as part of 
the National Week. Looking on were 
VON executive director Veronica 
Ratchford and VON treasurer David 
Dow look on. 

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SUBWAY BANDITS SENTENCED 

Crime spree was result 
of a ^shared madness' 




By GRKG MULOCK 
Managing Editor 

"Thank God we were caught. We 
would have probably kept on going." 

Those words were attributed in 
Bathurst court Friday to one of three 
young men sentenced for a two- 
month crime wave last fall. 

'This spree.. .arose out of a shared 
madness," said lawyer John Thomp- 
son. "Independent of each other, 
none would have considered or con- 
ceived of these incidents." 

Nathan Stever and Terry Branch, 
both 19 and from Big River, received 
25 months in federal penitentiary 
from Provincial Court Judge Joseph 
Michaud. Christian Goulard, 20, of 
Bathurst, received a suspended sen- 
tence of 18 months. 

Stever and Branch were sentenced 
for two break, enter and thefts at the 
Subway restaurant in Bathurst that 
occurred Sept. 28 and Nov. 23; for 
committing armed robbery while 
wearing masks at a pool hall in St. 
Louise, near Robcrtville, on Nov. 9; 
and for conspiring, on two separate 



dates, to rob the Variety Video store 
in Bathurst last November. They 
were also convicted of discharging 
firearms during the pool hall robbery. 

Goulard was convicted of partici- 
pating in the Subway break and 
enteni. He must also pay $709 in 
restiUJtion to the restaurant's owners, 
and a $35 victim's surcharge. 

All three men pleaded guilty to the 
charges against them in a court 
appearance in December, with the 
exception of Goulard. He entered a 
plea of not jilty to charges of 
conspiring to rob Variety Video, and 
will stand trial April 22. 

Branch and Stever had already 
served 50 days in the Dalhousie 
provincial jail prior to last week's 
court appearance. That will count as 
100 days on their sentences. 

Comments from lawyers, and pre- 
pared statements from Branch and 
Stever that were read in court, 
painted a picture of three men who 
formed a "tight-knit" group. They 
became friends as members of the 
local militia, and at least one of them 
referred to their crimes as "adven- 



tures," said lawyer Thompson, who 
represented Branch. 

It was noted all three men come 
from good homes, and that their 
criminal acts had shocked their fami- 
lies and friends. Each man is a 
first-time offender, and the cou. . was 
told all expressed great remorse for 
their actions. 

Mr. Thompson said Branch was a 
loner who became obsessed with 
weapons and military tactics. Prior to 
his crimes, he had suffered setbacks 
in his aspirations for a military 
career, and felt he was at a crossroads 
in his life. 

Lawyer Ronald Godin, represent- 
ing Stever, said his client had a 
problem with drugs and alcohol, and 
had grown up a social outcast, long- 
ing to fit in with his peers. 

Lawyer Bernard Rioux, represent- 
ing Goulard, noted his client was his 
neighbor and that Goulard's father 
was a doctor. He said Goulard was 
active in numerous activities while in 
high school, and had panicipatcd in 
fund raising for the local Crime 
Stoppers prograi. . 



Pool hall patrons were robbed 
of both their money and dope 



Victims of an armed robbery at a 
pool hall near Robcrtville were re- 
lieved of both money and dope. 

Crown prosecutor Aurele Poitras 
said two Big River men ordered four 
males and one female, patrons of the 
Sl Louise pool hall, to lie on the floor 
on the evening of Nov. 9. 

Nathan Stever and Terry BrarKh 
were sentenced Friday in provincial 
court in Bathurst to 25 months in 
federal penitentiary. The prison term 
was for the pool hall robbery and 
other charges, to which the pair 
pleaded guilty on all counts. 

Speaking prior to sentencing, Mr. 
Poitras said Stever used a 9mm pistol 
and Branch had a .22 Smith and 
Wesson pistol. Each wore a mask. 

Patrons of the pool room were 
ordered to empty their pockets of 
both money and drugs. The pair 
obtained $80 and 15 grams of hash- 
ish, then each fired a shot: one put a 
round into a beer cooler, the other 



into a wall. 

Branch and Stever admitted to the 
pool hall robbery after being arrested 
for a pair of break-ins at the Subway 
restuarant in Bathurst last fall. 

The Subway break-ins were com- 
mitted with Christian Goulard of 
Bathurst, who was given a suspended 
sentence of 18 mondis Friday. 

Mr. Poitras said Branch and Gou- 
lard broke into Subway Sept. 28, 
using a key given to them by Stever 
who was an employee of Subway. 
The plan was for Stever to be in 
Moncton that weekend with his girl- 
friend so that he would have an alibi, 
in the event of police questioning. 
(Immediately after this break-in, a 
number of Subway employees were, 
ironically, taken to Moncton by Bath- 
urst City Police for lie-detector tests. 
Stever was not one of them.) 

Approximately S 1,700 was stolen 
and divided among the three. 

On Nov. 23, the trio broke into 



Scanners, headsets 
and 9nini gun used 



An aborted robbery attempt at a 
local video outlet was so carefully 
planned that the would-be thieves 
wore radio headsets and carried po- 
lice scanners. 

The perpetrators also had duct 
tape, with which to tie up their 
intended victims, and one of them 
carried a 9mm pistol in a shoulder 
holster, said Crown prosecutor Au- 
rele Poitras, speaking at Friday's 
sentencing of Nathan Stever and 
Terry Branch. 

The pair, both from Big River, 
received 25 months in federal pe- 
nitentiary from Provincial Court 
Judge Joseph Michaud. They had 
pleaded guilty, in an earlier court 
appearance, to conspiring to rob 
Variety Video in Bathurst on two 
separate occasions in November. 

A third man. Christian Goulard of 
Bathurst, pleaded not guilty to the 
conspiracy charges. He goes to trial 
April 22. 

Mr. Poiu^s charged that Branch 
and Stever met at Goulard's home 
Nov. 4 where they donned ski masks 
and armed themselves with police 
scanners. In addition. Branch had a 
.22 Smith and Wesson pistol and 
Stever had a 9mm pistol, both hidden 
in shoulder holsters. 



Branch and Stever, with a third 
individual acting as a driver, then 
proceeded to Variety Video where 
Stever had previously worked. The 
plan was to grab the lone female 
employee when she Lft the building 
at closing time, and force her to open 
the safe for them. 

Mr. Poitras said the plan was 
halted when the driver in the caper 
got cold fecL While Stever and 
Branch were skulking about outside 
the store, the driver went across the 
street to the Bowlarama and made an 
anonymous call to the store, warning 
of the impending robbery. He then 
told his partners, via walkie-talkie, 
that police were coming, and the plan 
was aborted. 

Later, that same month, another 
plan was hatched. This time, the idea 
was to use tape to restrain an em- 
ployee and her husband, who was 
also in the store. Guns were again 
involved. 

Radio headsets were used this time 
around, but, again, the driver didn't 
want to follow through with the plan 

It was during questioning for the 
Subway break-ins that police learned 
of the planned robbery at Variety 
Video. 



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520 St. Peter Ave. 

Sports Department 
547-8134 




Subway and vandalized the establish- 
ment: an office was ransacked, anti- 
Semitic graffiti was written on the 
office walls, and two inches of water 
was left on the floor after a drain was 
deliberately plugged and taps turned 
on. Also, $500 of foodstuffs were 
strewn about, and a fire extinguisher 
was sprayed into a freezer. 

Damages totalled $3,437.06 and 
the restaurant had to close for a day to 
allow a cleanup. 

A taunting three-page note was left 
for police, telling them how ihey 
carried out the break-in. The note 
also apologized for one of the perpet- 
rators having had a bowel movement 
on the basement floor. 

In addition to the vandalism. 
S707.93 was stolen, of which 
S536.89 was recovered. 

The Crown said the motivation for 
the robberies was money: Branch 
wanted money for a rifle and for 
college; Stever needed money for 
truck payments, and Goulard wanted 
money for a rifle. 

All three were ordered by Judge 
Joseph Michaud to turn in their 
Firearms Acquisition Certificates, 
and to abstain from having any 
firearms for a period of five years. 



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balance of factory warranty 

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'88 PONTIAC GRAND AM 

4 dr., 5 ap., 96000 km, AM/FM 

*5450. 




'85 CUTLASS SUPREME 
2 dr., auto., good condition 

^3550. 




'88 VOLKSWAGON FOX 
4 ap., AM/FM caaa., 92000 km 

^3800. 




'91 HONDA ACCORD 
Powtr aun root, air., all powar op- 
tlona, onhr 38000 km, balance of 
factory warranty 



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Bulletin 
Board 

Editor's note: If your group 
or organization has an upcom- 
ing activity, tills Is the place to 
let people know alx}ut It. Please 
note iiowever, that Items for 
tills column should be brought 
In no later than Friday at 5 p.m., 
to help ensure publication the 
following weelc. 

TODAY 

-Public health nurses will hold a well- 
vhild clinic at the Depanment of Health 
and Community Services, 165 St. An- 
drew St.. today from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. and 
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., as well as on Jan. 
21 .26 and 27. One parent must be present 
for the child to have his or her immuniza- 
tion. 

-The J.O. Chalmers Home and School 
Association will holds its regular meeting 
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the school library. 
This week's topic is Sex Education. 
-The Soci^t^ rigionale N^isiguit will 
host a classical concert at Ecole Secon- 
daire Nepisiguit at 8 p.m. Ludmila 
Knc/Jcova-Hussey, a Bathurst pianist. 
SATURDAY 

-United Commercial Travelers, Bathurst 
Council 827, will hold its fifth annual pig 
roast at the Gowan Brae Golf and 
Country Club at 7 p.m. Everyone is 
welcome. Tickets are available from 
Mike at 548-2396 or Gerald at 546-2529 
or 546-4491. 
MONDAY 

-The Nepisiguit Centennial Library will 
be holding an income tax training session 
in English from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 
Th^re will be a French session Feb. 1, 
from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Volunteers 
who wish to assist those who need help on 
completing their tax returns can register 
at the Nepisiguit Centennial Library at 
546-9825. 

-The Canadian Mental Health Associa- 
tion. Nepisiguit braiKh, will hold its 
general annual meeting at 7 p.m. at the 
Beresford Municipal Building. 
TUESDAY 

-The annual meeting of the Upper 
Gloucester unit of the Canadian Cancer 
Society will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the 
Golden Age Club in Petit Rocher (at La 
Salle Blanche, through the rear entrarx:e). 
Guest speaker will be Marjorie 
O'Entremont of Cansurmount in Bath- 
urst. Also on hand will be Denise Thi- 
beau, director of patient services for the 
N.B. office of the Canadian Cancer 
Society in Saint John. 
UPCOMING 

--Registration for the story hour program 
at the Nepisiguit Centennial Library, for 
children ages three to five, will be held 
Jan. 27 to Feb. 2 for those who did not 
attend the fall session. Front Feb. 3 to 
Feb. 6, children will be accepted on a 
first -come, first-served basis, if there are 
any available openings. To register, pa- 
rents should nil out a form at the librwy. 
-Our Lady of Grace Parish Church will 
hold a card party Jan. 31. Doors open at 
6:45 p.m. and games stan at 7:25 p.m. A 
lunch will be served. 




Guilty of sex offences 



An East Bathurst man will be 
sentenced on two sex offence charges 
in the Court of Queen's Bench on 
Feb. 10 at 1:30 p.m. 

David Savoic, 37, of Rural Route 6 
in East Bathurst, was found guilty by 
a jury on Jan. 14 of one charge of 
being a person of tnisi who cotnmit- 
icd a sexual act with a young person, 
and one charge of being a person of 
trust who sexually touched a minor. 

He iias been remanded into police 



custody until sentencing by Judge 
Robert Mclntyrc. Savoie still has to 
appear on another charge of supply- 
ing alcohol to a minor, but no date has 
been set for that appearance. 

Savoie was charged by Bathurst 
RCMP early last year, aiid pleaded 
not guilty to all three charges on 
March 2, 1992. He was originally 
scheduled to appear in court for trial 
on May 26, 1992 but the trial was 
postponed until last week. 



Car's stereo system ripped off 



been 



Gloucester lODE donates to JA 

The Gloucester chapter lODE has donated $300 to Junior Achievement of 
Bathurst Inc. JA helps teach the principles of business to students, via a 
hands-on approach. From left are Diannc Cotton, Gloucester lODE public 
relations secretary; Burton Poitras, JA board president; and Emma Mac Kay, 
Gloucester lODE Regent 

(r4orth*rn Ughl Photo) 

Belledune project 
ahead of schedule 



On Dec. 11, a complaint was made Pioneer stereo system had 

to Bathurst City Police. A 1981 stolen. 

Chevrolet Camaro was parked at 452 If you have any information re- 
Riverside Dr. ovemight. The next garding this or any other crime, call 
morning, it was discovered that the Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. 
two windows of the T-roof and the You could qualify for an award. 



LEN ROY TOURS 

— 1993 SCHEDULE — 



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Oprey Land, Graceland River Boat 
Cruise, others 

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16 days includes: 8 days in florida, 
Disney World, Sea World, Univer- 
sal Studio & others 
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18 days includes Wheeling, 3 days 

in Branson, 3 days in Nashville, 2 

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Moncton, N.B. 

(506) 384-8702 or 856-7885 



The Belledune generating station 
project is on budget and ahead of 
schedule. 

Public relations officer Anne- 
Marie Gagne said last week that the 
4S0-niegawaU coal burning generat- 
ing station could be completed as 
early as mid-August. 

"It is hard to tell anything for 
certain because things can change, 
but we are very optimistic we can 
complete the construction a few 
weeks ahead of our committed date 
of September 1993." 

Ms. Gagne attributes the faster 
completion to the initial stages of 
excavation. 

"We finished excavation for the 
project seven months ahead of sche- 
dule so that gave us a big boost, and 
productivity is very good overall, 
with the major components all on 
schedule," she said. 

The project was started in Novem- 
ber 1989, and will cost approximately 
$%S-million to build. It will provide 
power to northern New Brunswick, 
and other parts of Eastern Canada. 

There arc currently 1,150 contact 
workers on site, down from 2,300 last 
summer. Ms. Gagne said the number 
of contract workers at the plant will 
steadily decrease as it becomes closer 
to September. When in operation, the 
plant will employ 168 full-time 
vorkers. 

Right now, there arc several com- 
pleted components ready for start up. 
These include a fresh water reservoir, 
a water treatment plant which will 
supply distilled water to the boilers, a 
waste water treatment plant, the 
electrical station and heating ser- 
vices, the administration and service 
building, and a pumphouse to provide 
water in the event of a fin. 

Ms. Gagne said there are no imme- 



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Date: Sunday, January 24, 1993 
Time: 2 to 4 p.m. 

Guest spealters 
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AUTO PARTS 
1169 ST PETER AVE. 

548-4505 



APPOINTMENT 

Jean-Marc Hachey, manager of UAP in Bathurst. is pleased to 
announce the appointment of Travis Ferron as Automotive 
Machinist. 

Mr. Ferron, was professionally trained by UAP-NAPA for his 
position. 

Travis and his wife Det)bie are residents of Bathurst. 

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makes & models of vehicles. 



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LARGE MAGIC TOUCH LAMPS 

LAMP SHADES 

BRASS BEDS 

DAY BEDS WITH SPRINGS 

COFFEE & END TABLES 

MAGAZINE RACKS 

PUNTER STANDS 



FLOOR MIRRORS 
FLOWER VASES 
PUNT POTS 
VANITY SETS 
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CARD OF THANKS 



HACHE - U famine de 
Vk:tor Hach6 dteire remer- 
der tous ceux at celles qui 
ont t^molgnds leur sym- 
pathle par cartes, tieurs & 
visiles au salon fundraire 
The family of the late Victor 
Hact>6 wish to thank rela- 
tives, friends & neighbors 
for fk>wers. cards & visits to 
the funeral home. Your 
kindness will always be 
remembered 



HAGLUND - 1 would like to 
thank all the nurses and Dr. 
R White for all the good 
care on the 3rd and 2nd 
tk>or, my family and friends 
for their visits and phone 
cans. Dell Haglund. 



MORRIS - It Is dIffKult for 
me to firxj adequate words 
to express how truly grate- 
ful I am lor the kindness 
shown me in the Moncton & 
Bathursi hospitals. Also 
since I returned home. First 
and foremost in my 
thoughts are the medical 
and nursing staffs and 
other personnel of the hos- 
pltats who went beyond the 
call of duty to provide 
proper care and comfort. I 
also appreciated the visits, 
phone calls, fk>wers, food 
and ottier gifts from the 
many friends wfio fiave so 
kindly remembered me 
sIrKe my unfortunate street 
accident. It had been my 
intentkin to write each and 
every one personalty t>ut 
my injured arm fias pre- 
vented my doing so I have 
chosen this method there- 
fore to say how truly appre- 
ciative I am and to assure 
these wonderful friends 
that they will always be 
rambembered In my 
thoughts and prayers Very 
si(x:erely. Hazel Morris. 



NOEL - The family of the 
late Anaclet Noel would like 
thank all relatives, 
ds & neightwurs for 
flowers, masses, cards, 
visits, donations to special 
charities and gifts of food 
durir>g our recent bereave- 
ment. Special tfianks to Dr. 
V. Dugas, Dr B Satya A 
nursing staff of 2nd Itoor 
West for excellent care To 
the pall t>earers and mem- 
bers of Royal Canadian 
Ijegion, Herman Good V/C 
Brwich No 18. Your Kind- 
ness was greatly appre- 
ciated. Lianna & Anne 
Marie. 




ROSENGREN The family 
Of the late Randy Rosen- 
gran of Archlbakj Settle- 
ment wish to extend sin- 
cere thanks to their frierxls, 
relatives and neighbours 
(or all the kindness ex- 
pre ed through many 
f* .^ .1, memorial cards, 
mass cards, cancer dona- 
tions, food, money and 
messages of sympathy re- 
ceived during their recent 
loss. Special thanks to 
those who fielped with the 
lunch following ttie service 
and to the Smelter employ- 
ees and Company lor their 
generosity. 

Thank you St Jude lor 
favor requested & received. 
V.L 



MMEMORIAH 




AUBIE - In loving memory 
of a dear father, Leo J 
Aubie, who passed away 
J«i. 20. 1983 
God took him horn*. 
It a«f Hk will. 
Bid im our htorU, 
Wt Imt him mil 
Hk m*mary Is at i*ar today, 
AiiMtht hour ht passed away. 
Wi o/tm sU and thiak o/ him. 
Whim wa an all alont. 
For mtmory is tht enlyfritnd, 
ThM triff can call Its «mi. 
Always remembered arvl 
missed by chikjren: Ro- 
nald, Robert, Shirley. Ray 
mond. Anne Marie, OavkJ, 
Sharon and Gary. 



IN MEMORIAM 



THERIAULT - In loving 
memory of my dear hus- 
band, Stanley, who passed 
away seven years ago Jan 
18, 1986 

Ne Mild for words txcsft to say, 
StIU land aad miss*d is trtry 
way. 
Your wife Jeannette. 

PITRE - In loving memory 

of Bill PItre wtx> passed 

away Jan 18th, 1992 

Today rtcalb th* memory of a 

loved OHt goH* to nsL 

And Ihost who think of BiO 

today, art Ihost who lovtd him 

btsL 

fit da ut lauw whatfomhi kin, 

VI t did not set him dU we only 

knowht went away. And ntrtr 

said food-byt. 

Today, lomonvw, our wholt 

life through. 

Vie will always Urn and rr> 

member you. 

Leona & Lucien 




HACHEY - In loving merrwry 
of our dear wife & mott>er. 
Emiline (Tremblay) Hachey, 
who passed away 20 years 
ago Jan 18th, 1973 
This day always eomts around 
with deep sad ngnls. Mom, it's 
a day wt will nertr forget. 
We watched you suffer, cry 4 
iiMJijf limes sigh! It was so tad 
for us as we could only pray A 
stand by your side. 
We knew you didn't dturrt 
what you wtrt going through, 
but ourjadh m God htlptd us 
tt lot tatUr Ht Ml fMtr »' 
lakt cart of you. 
Wt wtrt happy but sad when 
He took you to His home, but it 
was so hard lo part. You were 
such a wonderful person ■ 
losing you has left a scar in our 
hearts. 

Your giftful ttaching <4 loring, 
laughing A forgiting one 
another is Ike most precious 
gift you hare left your sons dk 
daughters. 

Tht pain has comt A goni but 
our prtcious mtmoriis o/' you 
win formr grow. Until wt 
meet again, always rtmtmbtr 
we lore you A miss you so. 
We love you 'MEMAN', 
your kiving famity 



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1212 ST PETER AVE 

(2nd floor Godln'i ElKirtc Building) 

BATHURST 

546 2978 

Congratulations 

Now is the time to start 
planninf for your 

baby's future. 
Call US any- 
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NOWLAN BOYD ■ Dsbbrah 
f^wlan & Ronald Boyd. Beres- 
lord. Jan. 7, a boy. 
COOMBS - Monlque & Arthur 
Coombs, Pokeshaw, Jan 8, a 

TOMEAU-ROY Nancy Com- 
eau & Bertrand J Roy, Petit- 
Rocher. Jan 8, a girl. 
MANUEL - Carole & Luc Man- 
uel. South Tetagouche, Jan. 8, 
a girl. 

BALSER - Gwyneth & David 
BalMT, Bathurit, Jan 10. a 
boy 

HOYDESCHENES Julie Roy 
& S«rge Deschines, Canobie, 
Jan ^\, a glri. 
THIBOOEAU ■ Diane Thibo- 
deau, Berestord, Jan. 13, agiii. 
BASQUE - Mona & L«o Paul 
Basque, Tracadie, Jan 12, a 
boy. 

LEBRETON<;ORMIER - Car 
ols LeBrston & Guy Cormier. 
Lower Neguac, Jan. 14, a boy 



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mkli A 1 700 hrs pour garder 
deux enfants d'flge sco- 
laire, 6 & 9 ans et faire 
I'entretkjn manager. Prto 
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Devra avoir son propre 
moyen de transport et re 
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key with remote keyless 
control system Lost during 
week ending Jan 9, West 
Bathurst area Reward of- 
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at 546 4506 



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ARTICLES FOR SALE 

Dining room suite, dark 
walnut Consist of: Table, 4 
chairs, buffet & hutch. 
Good condition 548-2902 



Sanyo ECR 365 cash regis- 
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Call 546-0090 



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Watercolours, drawings 
and drawing lessons 
Preschool to adult 
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10 a m to 10 pm 

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BRICOLE-ART 
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At 222 St George St Bath- 
urst For more information 
call 548-9399 

Private tutoring for junky & 
high scfxx>l students. All 
sutijects. esp., math, che- 
mistry, biology & computer 
science 542-2979 



Large chesterfield & chair 
$275 G E automatic 
washer $150. Small ca- 
binet style electrk; organ 
$380 Excersise bike $75. 
All in very good condition 
Call 546-9733 

39' bed (white) with ca- 
nopy. IncI.: Bedspread, 
sheets, canopy cover, pil- 
kjw sham, heart shape pil- 
k>w, drapes, mural decora 
tion Mattress NOT inci 
$ 225 Call 783-3413. 

$100 & up on small & Ige 
frkiges, stoves, washers. 
dryers, also cedar chests, 
39- bed, etc etc 548 3025 

$4,000-1- stereo ask $800 
Sola bed new $600 Prop- 
ar>e BBO $200 Electrdux 
with chest $200 542 2924 

Water bed with paded rails 
$275. Dining room set 
$325. Rowing machine 
$90. 548-5159. 



FOR SALE 

Back Rest Gas Rack 
for a snowmobile. Ad 
justable. great condi- 
tion Must be seen 
548 0098 after 5 pm 



ARTICLES FOR SALE 



Wedding dress & veil for 
sale Size 13. Asking $375 
Call 546-4591 



Hewitt Rand IBM compati- 
t>le 5% & 3/i inch drives. 
No hard drives. 546-2950 
after 6 p m 



FOR SALE 

Remember her on Valen 
tine's Day witti a diamond 
cluster heart shaped ring 
and necklace Appraisal 
certificate availat>le. Call: 

548-8743 



1 2 gauge shot gun Skle t>y 
side Call 548 4969 



3 Office desks like new, 2 
office chairs Call 
546 5868 



FIREWOOD 
FOR SALE 

8 ft. lengths, $65 cord 
4 ft. lengths, $75 cord 

783-4650 
783-4583 



SERVICES 



M.C.M. 

APPLIANCES INC. 

R6parations 
d'appareils 

m6n'^gers et 
d'aspirateurs de 
toutes marques 

546-8610 



FRENETTE 

SPORTSCARDS 

CARTES DE SPORTS 

Check our prices 

on sports and 

non-sportscards 

953 rue Principale 

Berestord 

546-9466 



AUTO PARTS FOR SALE 

1979 Mustang for parts or 
to repair. $225 Call 
547-1096 

AUTOS FOR SALE 

1976 Pontiac Ventura, 350 
big-bkxd^, auto , 2 dr , blue 
on blue, 4 chrome rims, 4 
original rims, winter tires. 
new paint, licensed. In- 
spected, solid Irame, no 
rust Apipraised at $2,000 
going for best offer. 
1 622-8332 after 6 pm 

1 980 Volvo with many more 
reliable miles. Looking lor a 
new owner Please phone 
546 2149 

1981 Chevette for sale for 
repair or parts, selling for 
$350 00. Call 546-2468 al 
ter 5:00 pm 

1984 Pontiac 6000 LE, 2 8 
L, excellent corxHtkin. PW,- 
spoked wheels 547-1904 
or 542-2120 

1984 Toyota Corolla LE 
auto., 112.000 km, 4 dr 
hatchback, in very good 
cond , $2,700 1988 Chrys- 
ler Daytona, 4 cyl., auto, 
very good cond , $4,200. 
1987 Olds 98 Regency 
Brougham (Grande Edl- 
tkxi), very rare, fully ksaded. 
$7,200 783 8372 

1986 Renault Alliance, 
lk»nced & inspected, $500. 
Also spare trans , clutch, 
pressure plate 548-5306 

1989 Ford Tempo, 4 cyl., 4 
drs , auto, air, red in cokx 
Asking $4,500 Call 
548-4640 



TRXKS FOR SALE 



1980 F-150 Ford '/. ton, 
302 engine, automatic, 
good running corfd., good 
body $1,000 783-2291 af- 
ter 4 pm. 



VOLKSWAGEN 



PARTS AND SERVICES 

GOLF, JETTA, FOX. AUDI 

General repairs, gas & diesel 

Business built on reputation 



R AUTO SERVICE 546-8701 
North Tetagouchie 



1984 Ford Ranger, 1969 
OMsmobile. Will trade both 
for car or truck. Call 
548-9754 



We do Indoor painting at 
your convenience. Pk:k the 
time & place, we'll be there. 
Free estimates 548-5197. 



AIDS 

Questions or Concerns? 
Call 

AIDS NEW BRUNSWICK 
at 1-800-561-4009 
(Votce and TDD) 



E. MORRISON ELECTRIC 

Residential - Commercial 

Specializing in 
Electric Heat Conversion 

We also do any type 
of electrical service 

547-5158 



1986 Chev Blazer 4X4, 
305 auto. Good shape, no 
rust. $5,200 neg. Call 
547-1063 

One owner camper van, 
1976 Ford. Plates A inspec 
tk>n 6 cylinder. Interested 
only $1,250 546-6873 

SNOWMOBILES FOR SALE 

1981 Polaris Cutlass SS 
440, good condition and 
runs very well $1 ,200 Call 
548 95O0 after 5 pm 



SNOW 
BLOWING 
SERVICE 

Call Denis or 

Mitch Duguay 

546-2317 



MAINTENANCE PLUS INC. 



We do "ALMOST" anything 

CATERING ESPECIALLY TO SENIORS 

• Cleaning • Janitorial Duties • Basement Cleanup & 

• Organization • HOUSEHOLD RENOVATIONS 
ADDITIONS OR EXPANSIONS. PAINTING CAR- 
PENTRY, DRYWALL & PLASTER • YARD & LAWN 
MAINTENANCE ft TREE TRIMMING 



546-5599 



ELECTRONIC SERVICE & REPAIR 



. STEREOS 

• VCR'S 
. TV'S 

• REMOTE CONTROLS 

• CAMCORDERS 

Competitive Prices - Most Brands 



Bathurst Sat. & Electronics 




1976 Nuvik snowmobile 
$400 546-2950 alter 6 p m 

1 979 Mircige 300 twin , short 
track, great worlung little 
machine, used very little, 
$750 548-2171 

1981 Moto-Ski GPS-MX, 
Independent suspension, 
503 Rotax engine, runs 
well, $800 546-6050 

1988 Stratos Bomt>adler 
488CC New track $1,500 
783 2291 atter 4 pm 

1989 Safari snowmobie, 
low KMs $1,800 Call 
546-5789 atter 5 p.m. 

1989 Yamaha Bravo, long 
track with 1,500 KM Excel- 
lent shape, 1 cyllnger . Ask- 
ing $1,500 Call 546^9753 

1990 Arctic Cat 340 Jag 
excellent condition, asking 
$2,500 firm 1982 Yamaha 
Bravo 250 cc, very good 
condition $900. 1979 
Yamaha Entk;er 350 cc 
complete lor parts or repair 
$350 548 8659 



1991 Citation Ski-Ooo. Like 
new Used twice, electrk; 
start, helmet IncI Asking 
$2,500 Call 546-6782. 



MOTORHOMES FOR SALE 



1 bedroom apt Stove, 
fridge, heat & electricity in- 
cluded. West Bathurst 
546-5345 



1157 St Peter Avt 



546-3355 



Reach someone with a 

NORTHERN UGHT 

CLASSIRED AD 



WANTED TO BUY 



TENDERS 



Looking to buy Double up 
seal lor Yamaha Phazer or 
Exdter Call 548-5174. 



Looking to buy 1 /4 ton truck 
in good running conditk>n 
546-4587 



WANTED TO BUY 

Second hand skates 
Male/Fenvile/AII sizes 
Hockey Equipment 
Also sell skates 

546-6461 



LEASING 



AUTO 

LEASING 



Full line of new Chrysler 
products Immediate deliv- 
ery on most models Lease 
can be tailored to suit your 
individual needs. Quota- 
tions given on request 
PHONE OR VISIT 
BAYSIDE 
CHRYSLER DODGE L TO. 
Si. P«l*f Av*. Ph. 546-€6(X 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



HURRAY 
FOR POPPAiV. 

Weccax'l believe what we 
see. He's gone two 
months, smi^ free. Ja- 
nuary 22, J 993. 
laue 
Scunanivi & BrUlcaxy 



APPEL DOFFRES 

Un appel d'otfres est lancd par le district scolaire no 7 
pour lachat de casiers d'6)6ves pour f^cole secon 
daire Nepisiguit i*e Bathurst. 

Les fournisseurs int6ress6s peuvent se procurer les 
documents n6oessaires en communiquant avec le 
district scolaire no 7 avant 13h30 le mercredi 10 
Mvrler 1993, heure de I'ouverture des soumissions 

La plus basse ni aucune des soumisskins re9ues ne 
sera n^essairement accept^e 

LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE 
JEROME-BOUDREAU 

District scolaire no 7 
Case postate 1000 
970, rue Pnncipale 
Beresford, NB, EOB 1H0 

T6I 547-2771; Fax 547-8814 



APPEL D'OFFRES 

Un appel d'offres est Ianc6 par le district scolaire no 7 
pour lachat de stores vertcaux pour I'^cole secon- 
daire Nepisiguit de Bathurst et pour I'dcole Carrefour 
Etudiant de Beresford 

Les fournisseurs int6ress^s peuvent se procurer les 
documents n^oessaires en communiquant avec le 
district scolaire no 7 avant 13h30 le mardi 16 Mvrler 
1993, heure de I'ouverture des soumissions. 

La plus basse ni aucune des soumissions revues ne 
sera n^cassalrement accept^e 

LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE 
JEROME-BOUDREAU 

District scolaire no 7 
Case postale 1000 
970, rue Prinapale 
Beresford, NB EOB 1H0 
T6I 547-2771; Fax 547-8814 



NOTICES 



IVlASALSOBOWi 
IN 1992 

(July 25) 




My name is 

Annie Lina 
Hfichi 

My parents are: 

Bernard & Janice 

Hach^ 

Beresford. N.B. 



THIS WEEK'S 




NUMBERS 




WISH SOMEONE 
HAPPY BIRTHDAY 

WITH 

A NORTHERN LIGHT 

BIRTHDAY AD 

only '15.00 plus GST 
Bring your m«8sagt & 
photo to the Northern 
Light office during 
regular business 
hours. 




CORRECTION 



In this week's "Easy Living Sale' flyer, the 
following errors occurred: 

Deal #303 - On Page 7, item 4, Product 
#84-4047X - Anl^le Support. Copy reads: Reg: 
$10.99 - Sale $8.79. Should have read: Reg. 
$9.99 - Sale $7.99. 

We regret any inconvenience we may have 
caused you. 




CITY OF BATHURST 
VILLE DE BATHURST 



SPECIAL 

ASHES 

COLLECTION 



The City of Bathurst wishes to 
advise its residents of a special 
collection of wood ashes "only" 
from households. 

Collection date will be Friday, 
January 29, 1993. 

Ashes should be placed in a 
double bag and weigh less than 
50 lbs. 

Residents wishing this service, 
please contact Public Works Re- 
ception at 548-0444 no later than 
Thursday, January 28, 1993. 

Maris Freimanis 
Executive Director of 
Operclional Services 



NOW OPEN TRADER JACK'S PIZZA AND EUROPEAN CUISINE 



TRADER JACK'S 

PARTY PACK 



2-12" pizzas, 2 I Pepsi, 1 movie 
and a carnation. 
Movie Rental is from our new 
video theatre 



16 



SUPERVISED CHILDREN'S 

SATURDAY MATINEE 

(every Sat. 3-4:30 p.m.) 
ALL YOU CAN EAT 

PIZZA & POP 
$Q99 



1429 SUIMSET DR. 



MON. & TUES ONLY 
ALL YOU CAN EAT 

PIZZA & CABBAGE ROLLS 
NIGHT 

$C99 
^ (eat In only) 

MON. - FRI. 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. 

PIZZA & SALAD BUFFET 
$499 



(eat In only) / 



MON. & TUES NIGHT 

QCC BAG OF 
nCC POPCORN 

with any 
MOVIE RENTAL 
KIDS MOVIE 

99* 

REGULAR RELEASE 
$-199 

NEW RELEASES 
$999 



i**-!** auiM^ci L»K. 546-9797 1429 SUIMSET DR 

NOW OPEN TRADER JACK'S VIDEO THEATRE 



8A— The Norlhcm Li^hu Wed.. Jan. 20. IW.^ 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT APARTMENTS FOR RENT 



1 & 2 Bedroom apts Fridge 
& stove included Un 
heated Riverside Drive 
Call 548 4796 

1 t)edroom apt $295 /mlh 
Electridly not inci Stove & 
Iridge incI Private en> 
trance At Manor Park, 
546-4347 

1/2 Duplex, lower level 2 
bedrooms, extra large 
rooms & Windows, park & 
snow removal Ind Furn 
ished or unturnished 
548 2479 alter 4 30 pm 

1 ' 3 bedroom duplex, un 
heated, $415 mo For 
more inlorinatlon Call 
546-3170 

1 Bedroom apt lor rent, 
centrally located Call 
546-91 20 between 9 am -5 
p.m. 

1 bdrm apt, lurnished, 
heated, adults only Lo- 
cated at 188 Main St Call 
5469742 



1 t)drm apts, lurnished 
close to K-Mart Rooms for 
men, utililles & cable sup 
plied Call 546 6656 



1 bdrm. apt., on St Peter 
Ave , lurnished, hot water 
supplied, $335 /mo, un- 
healed 546-3492 



1 & 2 bdrm apts lor rent 
Heat, elec , Iridge & stove 
Ind 2 locations Call Louis 
at 546 9621 



1 bdrm apt. 1296 King 
Ave., large kitchen, stove & 
Iridge, unhealed. 
$200./mo Ideal lor single 
person Call 546 4762 

1 bdrm apt. lor rent, heat & 
elect Irxiluded, lurnished, 
$400 /mo Suitable lor cou- 
ple 542 9706 



For rent, all new kMCheior. 1 
bdrm., elect, light, cable 
TV., phone, stove & Iridge 
ind , $400 /mo near hospi- 
tal (Parkwood Hgts. area). 
548-5214 alter 6 D.m 



1 bdrm basement apt , all 
lurniture lurnished, also hot 
& cokj water, heat A elect , 
private entrance Quiet 
people Call 546 9398 



1 bdrm heated or unhealed 
apt , stove & Iridge Ind , no 
pets 261 St Patrick St, 
548-4804 or 546 1696 

1 bedroom apt with Iridge & 
stove Unhealed Riverside 
Dr 546 4281 

1 bedroom apt Private pa- 
tio, washer/dryer hook-up, 
trkjge, stove, electrk:lty A 
electric heat included 
Adults only No pets Av-ail 
imm Dunk)p. 783-2015 

1 Bedroom furnished apt at 
667 Appleby St Unhealed, 
$350 /nx) Call 783 3512 

1 bedroom apt. Fridge, 
stove, heat & electrk^ty in- 
duded Neai college $325 
monthly 5488100 

2' Appts i k>uer, 1 chamtxe 
d coucher Haul $350./rTK> 
* chaullage, sous-sol 
$275 /mo ♦ chaullage 
Rue Principale Petit- 
Rochef, 542-2006 

2 Bdrm apt Avail Feb Isl. 
Rough Waters Dr Fridfe, 
stove A curtains incI 
$300/mo Heat A lights 
NOT incI No pet», 
546-9939 after 5 pm. 

2 Bdrm unhealed apt 460 
Rivernide Dr Fridge, stove, 
parking A laundry lacilities 
Adults only, no pets 
$360mo 548-8307 

2 Bedroom on main floor ol 
2 storey house, located on 
Golf St $425 /mot heat, 
adults only. 546-4368 

2 Bedroom upstairs apt 
Murray Ave $375 /mo ne- 
gotiable Call 546 4448 
days, 546-2939 evenings 

2 Bedroom apt 935 King 
Ave FREE lor March 1st, 
unhealed A no elec 
$350/mo Call 783-2122 

2 Bedroom apt. 1320 
Sunset Dr Very clean A 
quiet with Irklge A stove 
Adults only, no pets 
$3 e57mo Call 548-8193 

2 Bedroom, apt Fridge A 
stove No pets, $275 /mo. 
Available immediately 
Call 546-9127 



2 Bedroom heated or un 
heated apt Fridge A stove. 
$430 /mo or $350 /mo 
Call 546 6568 or 548 5693 



2 t>drm apt with bathroom, 
kitchen A living room 
together, Iridge A stove, 
heat A elect supplied. 
$375 /mo No pets Deposit 
required Located 2nd floor 
570 Bridge St , 546 2526 
W J Cormier Co Ltd. 



2 bdrm apt with bathroom, 
kitchen, living room, Iridge, 
stove, heat A elec incl. 
$450 /mo , no pets Deposit 
required 540 Bridge St. 
(East Bathurst) W J. Cor- 
mier Ltd 546-2526 



2 bdrm apt , rue du Pare, 
Bereslord, Iridge A stove 
supplied, $325 /mo . un- 
healed 548 2527 



2 bdrm upstairs apt , rue 
Jacques, Bereslord, heat A 
elect incl , $500 ./mo., patio 
incl , no pets 546-9979. 

2 bedroom apt, Parkwood 
Heights Stove, Iridge A 
washer/dryer hook-ups 
NO pets 548-5159 

2 t>edrooms, fridge & stove 
irx;l Unhealed Adults only 
$395 monthly 547 1450 or 
after 5 pm 5465134. 



2rxj storey apt. 2 txJrms 
living A dining room 
kitchen, bath, pantry, Ironi 
A t>ack sun porches, fridge, 
stove A freezer Downtown, 
no pets 546 2705 



3 Bedroom apt Downtown 
Bathurst Heat, cable. 
Iridge A stove incl 
$400/mo Call 5483620 
alter 5 p m 



3 Bedroom modern un- 
healed apt in brick bunga- 
low $460 /mo Call 
546-6568 or 548 5693 



3 bedroom apt on River- 
skje Drive Unhealed with 
Iridge A stove. Call 
546 4281 



4 bedroom apt. Pleasant 
St , near K— Mart Fridge A 
stove supplied $425 /mo 
unhealed 548-2527 



A<^RTMENT 
FOR RENT 

555 Appleby Stree; 
1 bedroom $400 mr 
•leated or $335 mo 
.nheated 

546-3170 



cflOv 



WINTER 
SPECIAL 

FREE RENT 

lor 1 month 

with 12 month 'ease 

DOWNTOWN - 1 A 2 
bdrm apts , newly reno- 
vated with hardwood 
floors, new laundry fa- 
cilities, ample parking, 
fridge A stove, un- 
healed, damage depo- 
sit required ADULT 
BUILDING 

EDDY HOUSING LTD. 
8:30 a m 5 p m 

546-6631 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Large 1 bedroom apart- 
ments, available imme- 
diately in West Bath- 
urst Completely reno- 
vated, freshly painted. 
new flooring. Fridge & 
stove included. 

Call 542-2074 
or 548-9187 



Bereslord - Appt 3 cham- 
bres d coucher Rkleaux 
Indus. Pas chaull^ ni 6dai- 
li Pas d'animaux 
$450./moi8. Disponible 
maintenant 548 8415 ou 
548 9359 



FOR RENT 

Bachelor, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments 

Furnished or unfurnished 

Call Kenny Realty at: 

546-3309 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
546-9315 or 546-8584 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. 



REAL ESTATE 



FLEET REALTY 



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BAYSHORE REALTY LTD. 

TEL 546-9913, FAX: 546-6144 
MFMBERS r.lLS SERVICE 



CRAIG AVE. (OFF 
YOUGHALL DR.):4 

bdrm large lot, reduced 
to SO's 

N. TETAGOUCHE: 4 

tKJrms, fanlly home 

SUNSET DR.: Executive 
home 2 5 acres, 3 txJrms 

PAPINEAU LAKE: 

Beaulilully finished camp, 
landKaped to lake Many 
extH. 



ST. ANNE: Super starter 
home, priced in the 60's 

HAY CRESC.: 4 Bdrm. 
large lot. fireplace tor 
cozy family living, in the 
SO's (EXCL). 

CLIFTON: Waterside, 
appli^vices to remain, in 
the OO's 

Kent Trailer Park, great 
stantr home 



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BARB AGINI 
)4(j-4l «j 



BILl 
i48-2BO0 



Apartments lor rent at 
Westmount Apts Bachelor 
apartments only Call 
546 4360 



2 Bedroom apt West Bath- 
urst Fridge, stove & elec. 
incl Jacuzzi Call 
546-3769 



APARTMENT 
FOR RENT, 

^m Oasemonl apt Do 

Ave , iritfqe. stove ne.ii l> 'igi'ts 
"Cl . la'gc »Viriao*s S400 it) 



APT. FOR RENT 

Large 4 bdrm apt . on 
Duke St near Junior 
High & College. Fridge 
& stove Incl. utilities 
extra, $4 15 /mo. 
546-6710 



APT. FOR RENT 

Large 3 room apt.. 135 
Main Street, above Sub- 
way. netMly renovated. 
S3O0Jmo , elect heat not 
included No pets. 
546-3281 



jA,\UARY R£NT frel 

2 bdrm bnsomont npl 
Parkwood Hghts PnvaK; 
driveway S350 mo plus 

.,•. los Adu'tS on> 

1 627 0110 or 548 0030 



APT. FOR RENT 

2 txirm. ground level apt., 
carpwled throughout. 2 pic- 
ture windows, private en- 
trarKe, slove & Indge incl , 
NOT heated, adults only 

546-4381 



Available, 2 bedroom 
heated & lighted apt in Be- 
reslord. $450 mo Security 
deposit required No pels. 
542-2024. 



BACHELOR 
APARTMENT 
FOR RENT 

Starling from $220.00 
per month. Apply at the 
front desk of 

GLOUCESTER 

HOTEL 
or Call 546-4431 



Bachelor apt 


arKJ 1 & 2 


bedroom apta 


av^able lor 


rent 548 


8054 or 


548-2979 





2 bachelor apt lully lurn- 
ished Quiet location on 
King Ave , near post ollice 
Tub & shower Hot water 
provided 546-6604 or 
546-6430 alter 5 p m 



Located in Bereslord, 1 
bdrm. apt , heated, stove & 
Iridge ind , $400 /mo In 
Bathurst, liachelor. heated 
& lurnished. non shxiksrs, 
$300. mo Secunty deposit 
required 546-6775 



Bachelor apt for rent, lurn- 
ished. located in Bereslord 
Call 548-8566 



Bachelor A touer, chaulf^, 
MakA A meubM, entr6e 
priv4e. $300. /mo . 
547-0067 ou 547-8983 



BERESFORD - Newly 
painted duplex basement 
apt 2 bedrooms + 1 stor- 
age Paved driveway, pri- 
vate entrance. Fridge & 
stove, washer/dryer hook- 
ups Utilities not ind $425 
mlh Avail rK>w. 546-3794 



Behind Bereslord Building 
Supplies, 2 bedroom du- 
plex Fridge, stove, washer, 
dryer A blinds induded Lo- 
cated on Jasmine St. 
548-9444 



Bereslord Centre, 1st floor, 
2 bdrm apt. partly furn- 
ished, call 542-2107 or 
542-2150 



East Bathurst - modern 1 
t>drm , palio, Iridge, stove, 
separate entrance, avail- 
able Feb. 1 St/93, $350./r io 
* utilities. Call 546-4497 



FOR RENT 

1 largi; 2 bdrm t.'xeculivo 

ipt localod on- King 
Avf in a Rocunty build 

ng Fridgi.' slovo di?.h 
.v.i5h('r o>ntral vacuum 

ystum instant hot vv.it(;r 
dispi.'nsor garboralor bal 

ony & air conditioniN"! 
Available Mar 1st 93 
*'l(;as(.' call 
548 9913 9 5 pm 

i'!pi b p m 546-676,) 



Furnished 2 Ijedroom apt 
Fridge & stove ind Heat ft 
lights NOT included 
$500 /mo 546-3371 



Heated ft lurnished 2 bdrm. 
apt lor rent, opposite Com- 
munity College, $470 /mo 
Call 546-1109 



Large 3 bedroom apt Lo- 
cated on Brideau Ave 
$350/mo For more inio 
please call Alice 548-3393 



APT FOR RENT 

■Ji.'Wiy it;nov.il(.'d ;.' t» d 
• ijom apt Al 1040 Towc 
Hill $350 mo Utilitu- 
NOT incl Call 



APARTMENTS FOR RENT 

Fully lurnished 2 bedroom 
basement apt Large win- 
dows, dose to trade school 
Heat & lights ind $400 
monthly 547-1456 days or 
546-2506 alter 5 p m 



Petit Rocher, bachelor apt, 
2nd floor, completely lurn- 
ished, including heat A 
lights $425 /nK> 783-2613 



ROOMS FOR RENT 



Large lurnished room lor 
rent in a private home 
Working person only. Near 
liospitar Call 546 2489 



Rooms lor rent, kitchen la- 
dlities Dovimlown A r>ear 
N.6.C.C. Call Louis at 
546-9621 



Rooms near trade school 
with kithen A laundry lacili- 
ties 546 2887 

Room with kitchen A laun- 
dry room lacilities $50 /5ds 
or$60/7ds Avail Feb. 1st 
Non smoker 548 8090 al- 
ter 5pm 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



2 Bedroom house lor rent. 
1201 King Ave. Fridge, 
stove, cabia, washer/dryer 
hook-up A mini blinds. 
$450 mo 547-0890. 



3 bdrm house lor rent in 
Robertville, electricity, 
Iridge A stove included, 
$575/mo. call 548-9187 



3 bedroom bungalow with 
garage In Robertville 
Available Feb. 1st. 
1-395-6207. 



3 bedroom home lor rent, 
with garage, '/» basement 
$500./mo 645 Duncan Crt, 
546 9318 alter 5 p.m. 



FOR SALE BY OWNER 
Buy this $76,000 home lor 
very little down A less than 
$350 /mo Call 546-3154 



House lor rent, $550./mo , 
plus utilities. Available 
March 1st, call 547 1096 



HOUSES FOR RENT 



Allison Ores . available 
Feb 1st. 4 bdrm . 1 1/2 
t>ath, 4 appliar>ces, tinished 
basement, $600 /mo * util 
ities Call Mona 546 844« 



Bereslord, Mary Ave 
House lor rent, must see, 3 
bedrooms with basement 
wood stove, $400./mo. Oil 
heating (tenants lee). Call 
783-7722 



FOR RENT 

Self-contained 4 t>drm 
house, oil heated, also 
car garage. Centrally lo- 
cated in Pointe-Verte. 

783-2817 



4 Bedroom house, at- 
tached garage At 747 
Yoi-qhall Dr Avail Jan. 30, 
noo-sinokers, no dogs Call 
548-8370 



Maison 1 chambre A 
coucher, poAle A relrigera- 
teur. Chaiflie A 6dairA. 
$400. /mo. Petit- Rocher. 
783-2784. 



Maison A kiuer, 3 chambres 
a coucher, region Petit Fto- 
cher Sud. $375./mo., ap- 
pelez 542-1992 



Spactous 2 bdrm mini- 
home irKl.. living room A 
dining room, writh deck oil ol 
it. Kitchen with Iridge A 
stove Full t>athroom ind. 
washer A dryer Fully car- 
peted 548-8929 alter 6 pm. 



MOBILE HOyES FOR RENT 



Maiacn mobile d louer ou d 
vendre. Centre de Robert- 
ville T«l 542-1806. 



Maison rTx>b(le, 3 chambres 
A coucher. Tremblay Disp 
maintenant. $380./mo En- 
droit tranqullle. 783-0108. 



SELUNG YOUR CAR? 

Put tt in 

T)M ClassifiMJs 

546-4491 



HOUSES FOR SALE 

Compl. renov kitchen, new 
rool Private back yard. 2 
bdrm basement apt helps 
pay mortgage Parkwood 
Hghts Moving 546 9736 

FOR SALE BY OWNER 
Buy this $76,000. home lor 
very little down A less than 
$350./mo Call 546 3154 

HOMES- Two lor the pitce 
ol one. $42,000 Terms ne- 
gotiable Write to: Bursa- 
ries Ltd P.O. Box 565. 
Bathurst. N.B E2A 3Z4. 

House lor sale. 2 bed- 
rooms 1529 Ste. Louise 
(Robertville) $25,000. 
CaU 1-684 5163 alter 5 pm 

QUICK SALE - Rent on 
optton to buy. Centrally lo- 
cated in Robertville. Sale 
price as appraised 
$37,000. 3 bedroom bun- 
galow, lull basement. 
783-4133 or 783-7040 after 
5 pm. 



con AGES FOR RENT COHAGES F OR SALE 



3 bedroom cottage for rent 
on Petit- Rocher beach 
$325./wk Available Irom 
May to Oct 783 4418 

Chalet A Irxjer A la semaine 
ou au nnols Meubl6. electri- 
city A chauffage compris. 
Beresford. 542-9021. 



Cottage lor sale, Bereslord 
Beach, 32X24, 2 bed 
rooms, lurnished, hot 
water, new water well, 
land 150X150. $68,700. 
Call 783 2122. 



Please look over your 
ad the first week it 
appears /naking sure it 
reads as you requested, 
as this newspaper can- 
not be responsible for 
more than one inser- 
tion. Thank You 



"hRPrudentialvte»y Preferred Properties 
1120 St. Petei Ave., Bathurst, 547-8844 



OWN A 
BEACH HOUSE FOR 

$3,000. down &$420.ymo. 

Cozy turintenzed A-frame si- 
tuated in Beresford on 75 ft. 
beach lot Large deck over- 
looking t>ay, spiral stainMay, 
fireplace, baby barn, boat 
ramp. Call after 6 p.m. 

542-2069 



MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 



1978 MOBILE HOME 
3 bdnn. 14' x 70' 

1992 Maple Leaf Mini 
Home 14" x 62'. 3 
bdrm. Both units are 
located in Beresford 
and are priced to sell. 

547-1066 or 
546-9315 

(after 5 p.m.) 



COLDUUeU. 
BANKER □ 



270 DOUGUkS AVE. 



548-8866 




nSCC RBMCEO 
■UYI - StiKloua tiMd kx. Laun- 
dry on nain laval. aluctMd gar- 
<gt. 801 MLS Call Fkxtna Rul 
lK)ga S4S-C717 






RUE NOmUNOK-KTn RO- 
CHER • ML* - TK* dMior m tMt 3 
oadroom Inn* wH oirtaMy OMV 
Mnoayou Itial n* litha horn* tor 
MM. Com* (•• and iraka your 
otar - erf PflHWa M«-2I7«. 



n« and I wM ihow you how you 
can allard tNt 3 badioom twrua- 
km It Partnuood HatgMt Call 
Uoira Boyla &4S-2273 




NEW USTINQ. BERESrORD. 
lU • Qorgaout bMcMroM prop- 
arty. prIvaM bcaUon. aupait) land- 
•caping. Hoimlaauraaiundaciit 
on ihfM tMaa. Larga main Ikxy 
lan% room. quaMy contlrucllon. 
cm Fiorina RuHadga S4S-C717 




RUE ROIANO. KTIT ROCHSt 
H.t ■ 4 plai. fm tiadroom unlla, 
Mai Inooma. t13H. par mondi. 
■apar— atoeW c mawra. Cal Ftor- 
ma Rutladga S4e.e7l7 
IL*- «W4Y PAY RENT - Bunga 
tomvitLT/t act* lol In Si Anna. 3 
iMdrooma pricad lo lalla i 
145.000. Cal Qaraid OlMn. 
HMOM 

MU - CHECK IMS OUT ■ Bun 
alaow on MkarnlcM Ava Balliuitt. 
Modam Uchan. Prkad lo mU 
$47,000.00 Maka an oflar. Call 
Qaiald Okan 64»92S«. 
MLB ■ MR IM O MU COME 
AOm ■ I haMaamaMa iMad. 
Bivaalrod, MhMla RHrar, North 
Talagauclia and an Paka- 
mawdia Rhwr. CaM OataM Ot- 



LAURWR 91. UL* - ( your a 

iMdialor V lootdng tor a Marwr 
homa. ally ran milian you^nann 
iMa hooM VTwA In via rrtddto of 
al unanMlai. plua Ineoim Iram 
bManvm ^mmhwii. MaM ttia 
HTWI mow ctf PiMM S4«-2«7( 

CLOW TO THE HOSPITAL 
tmjtOt MLS - Faaluring naw 
vinyl aiding and on rVar kx Call 
Norma AuM 7t3-«300O. Good 
Oatfl 

HLS - UNCOURt, ROKRT- 
MllE • K acraa ol iMl Mad Und. 
Qiaa 10 hava your OMi lUa carrp. 
Facing ttia ritkdoo UaH MUng 
SUOOiX) CM Noma A. Ptia 
7S3-734S 

KMO OF THE MU. - EXCL. • TNt 
larga 4 t)adrao«n homa lioaali a 
tormal dMng loonx main floor 
\wiltf room, lufdivood. ciaarrtc 
and quaWy pkiah caipallng. A 
rrutl for tfto diMiiliTrinanng iMjyar 
to vlaw. Call Moira Boyto 
S4>-2g7a«IIMM 




1628 CAm. DRIVE • 

Beautiful executive fiome 
overlooking the water. In- 
door swmming pool. Exd. 
Carol 

10*0 SMITH DR. 
$79,300 EXCL. - Great 
lamily home in Parliwood. 
doia to new tclxxils, En- 
gliih & French Com- 
pletely finished. Karen. 
NEW LWTVM - 1 acre 
building lot-Woodland 
Haightt N. Tetagouche. 
MLS Karon 

PiEWLMTINO- $89,900 
Jacquai Carbar RD. 
Kent Lodge Beach - 2 
bedroom home. Call to- 
day. MLS Karen. 
BAIE VILLAOE • BE- 
RESFORO • New Listing. 
Modem iplil. All levies 
complatad. Immaculate 
12x20 shed. $93,500. 
Exd. Frar>cina. 
•ERCSFORD - 2 duplexs 
in impeccable condition 3 
bed up, 2 down One at 
$89,900, one at $94,900. 
FrarKine MLS 

1.2 ACRES VACANT 
LAND — located on 
Middle River RcJ MLS 
424,000 Carol 



NEW USTINQ • Exd 

North Teiagooche. Execu- 
tive. mul«-kvel 2 storey. 
TA balhs. 4 bedrooms. 
On an acre lol with at- 
ladied garage Call Polly. 
VANIER BLVD. - 10 
acres of Prime Commer- 
aal land, 450 It frontage. 
MLS Mona 

2SB0 SRIDQE ST. - Re^ 

duced Large 3-Bdr, bun- 
glaow with 2% baths, oaK 
cupboards, hardwood 
floors. Exd. Wendy 
1MSRIVCRBANKDR. 
■ Immaculate 4 yr. old 
home. Must be seen » be 
appredated. Exd. Sharon 

11S9 STACEY MILL 

MLA - 3 bdm. side split, 
attached garage Move-in 
condition. Polly 
NEW USTINQ - Exd. 
Winterized beach-lront 
cottage. Bayshore Drive. 
60's Polly 

VICTORIA ST. - Re- 
duced - 2 storey older 
home. Priced to sell 
$44,900 MLS Can Mona 
COZV CHALET-STYLE 
HOME - on the Robert 
ville Rd $74,900 MLS 



AWAIT YOO • 4 bed 

rooms. 2 baths -unique 
contemporsuy. On one 
acre, lully landscaped. 
Great catch $98,500 Exd. 
Adrienne 

ELEOANCE RE- 
STORED • Newly reno- 
vated 1 '/> storey . centre of 
City. Excellent buy 
$63,000 Exd. Adrlenrw 
LOTS OF LAND • 14 
acres, ocean-front 
$35,000, Rlverfront-3 
aaes $18,800: Serviced 
dty-lot $7,000; Country 
lot-well t septic instaHad 
$9,000 MLS/Excl. Ad- 
rienne 

COTTAOE BY THE 
SEA - ready lor your erv 
joymenl Bayshore Dr. 
Exd. Carta 

CARRON PONT DR. - 
Lovely lamily home over- 
looking the sea. Exd. 
Carta 

set RIVERSIDE DR. • 

nice home witti appealing 
interior. MLS Carta 

KENT LODOe, BERCB- 
FORD ■ Huge 5 bed- 
rooms, main floor lamily 
room. 2 fireplaces. Over 2 
acres $155,000 Frandne, 
MLS 



Carol 

Carta S48-4628 Wendy 546-3825 Adrienne 546-9376 WEEKEND AGENT 

Assoc. Manager Mona 546-6742 Franclne 547-1094 _J?5SV- 

Karen 546-9571 Card 546-6094 PdJy 546-3121 b«»^7« 

2 locations to SERVE YOU Sharon 548-3966 
SL Peter Ave. « Chalaur Mall 

inontnMni OwiM (Kd OpwiM mtMim el TM PiuMnw RmI E>iu> aimkim. mc • uMidianr * 

The Prudential Insurance Company of America 

2127*2] Hova Scolia Umllad (Agant) 



Immeubles 



TRI-WAY """v 



Indupundant mambur of 



CANADA TRUST 



Realty Nutwork 



RUE CENTAIRE. PETIT 
ROCHER - Qraal IMIa (Unar 
homa In good ihapai Naw ranova- 
Uons kMida. Moa tot. lovsly vtow ol 
iha Bay. Gioaa to sdaol and 
ctHircli. AMng 14.500.00 Cai 
Norma A Pka 783-7345 
•■.OH HJB • Sning on an acre. 
prtvalB W. this 9 badfoom homa In 
oounlry laetuiaa a laiga garage, 
pMto. hardwood floors and mora. 
cm Norma AubA 7fl3-«300. 
BELLS MSTA a« - MLS - TNi 3 
l>ad(oom ^iW-enlry oflert quaHy 
flnklilng tvoughou. Sea.oao Call 
Norma Aub« 7S3-«300 



■ROKER 
ARTHUR J. ROY 

$ALE3 MANAOCR 
MO«A KYLE 



NORMA AUB€ 

FLORBIE m/OEOOE 

S4MT17 
ClAUOETTE OUQUAY 



OERALD OLSOI 

S4M2N 

CLAUDE BLANCHARO 

MS>27M 

GRACE MASSEUR 

84MN] 



KATHY MCKEY 
1-237-am 

Nomu A vmtt 
■nn-iiu 

PnSOLU LAFFOLEY 
546-267$ 



SALES PEOPLE ON DUTY 24 HRS. A DAY 



Mi<Op>t>w<Mi rt iia«*w«<CiMilHw>>f HWillli^ C wi«il»* 





150 RUE MARIE, BERES- 
FORD • Modern homa with 
inground pool, very spabous 
and bnght. Kitchen ieatures 
buill-in diswasher, wall oven, 
counter lop stove and nook 
Upper level features 3 bed 
room and 4 piece t>ath, and 
catfiedral ceilinc MLS 



2S1 RUE JACQUe, BERES- 
FORO - Beautiful split entry 
home, well kept and in good 
condition, rear deck and 
above ground pool. Lots ol 
space with privacy arxl ma- 
ture trees lor shade Base- 
meni is completely tinished 
MLS 



2444 QUEEN ELIZABETH 

OR. BATHURST - 1 cart ttiink 
ol a tietlery way to rid yoursell 
of the winter blues by acquir- 
ing a beautiful piece ol the 
Bay of Chalaur with this great 
beach front property. Give us 
a call for showing. ML 5 



CHAMBERLAIN SETTLE- 
MENT ROAD • This split entry 
wiih one bedroom apt has a 
large tot partly landscapped 
wim mature trees There is a 
large garage with cement 
floor The fxxne is in very 
good condition, with plenty of 
cupboards and large win- 
dows Exd. 



LAPLANTE ROAO • Very 
spackxjs 4 bedroom home 
with tots ol ckisets. naw wir- 
ing, new sepbc. new plumb- 
ing There are two separata 
furnace, arx) EBB heating. 
The lot is very large with apple 
an<J cherry trees, some lea- 
lures include an air exchange, 
auto garage door opener and 
beaunlul 1 2x24 patio at back. 
Exd 






107 RUE OES PINS, PETIT 
ROCHER - This 4 unit apart- 
ment building built in 1973 is 

in excellent condition and 
contains mahogany kilchen 
cupboards The lot 125x120' 
and is serviced by the dty. 
Give us a call lor showing. 
you'll be glad you did. M.L.S. 



S90 RUE PRINCIPALE PE- 
Trr ROCHER - Older build 
Ing, but priced to sell in the 
40's and has great income 
with threo ipts. call us tor all 
intormabon. M.L.S. 
GIVE US A CALL - for Info on 
many iols, both residenbal 
arHj commercial and beadi 
front properties. We also have 
great income peoperlies 
available. 



Services Bllingues 

Gus 546-3864 
Alclde 546-3250 
Oenlta 546-1200 

Ybu 



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THIS SIDE SPLrr HOME - It 

in excellent condition wilti 
nice double door entry arxl 
large foyer Patio doors in 
dining leading to a 10'x12' 
concrete patio overlooking 
beautiful back yard with ma 
ture mixed trees and wel 
landscape with two car gar 
age and sled The entenor of 
house also features parquet 
floor installed in '91. This 
home Ieatures an axcellant 
price tag. Exd. 

WEEKEND AGENT 

Maurie« 783-3116 



Theresa 546-3686 Phyllis 548-9640 
Maurice 783-3116 Luclen 542-2121 
Karen 783-2059 Fenlon 546-6279 

be glod you ccrfted us first. 



990 St. Peter Ave. 
Bathurst, N.B. 



548-9821 




HOUSES FOR SALE 




.USE FOR SALE 

**BY OWNER 

'845 St. Peter Avenue. Bathurst 

Commercial Zone, lot 160" x 1000/2 

6 Units - Revenue $21,600. 

Asking $144,500. negotiable 

525 St. Peter Avenue, Battiurst 

House, completely renovated 

Can be divided into two apartments 

2 electrical outlet 

2 hot water tanks 

2 bathrooms 

Asking $54,500. negotiable 

(506)546-5352 or (514)524-9276 

or (506) 546-6710 

ACCEPT ANY OFFER REASONABLE 



ThePrudential^^WpP Prelerred Properties 

1120 St. Peter Ave. Bathurst. N.B. 
ROCK 9OU0 USTINQS 
2 Paresis • 2450 St. Peter Ave., 
zoned commercial. Retail store arxl 
vacant land. MLS. 
1136 ST. PETER AVE. - 00 It. 
frontage presently has 2 storey 
home vacant. Mito us an oDsr. MLS 
$10,000. LAND • South Teta 
gouctie. Rosehll Rd. - approx. 2 
acres. MLS. - 

• MRCHOnOVE PARK - 820.000 . 
nice spacious 3 bdrm. mobile, some 
reravatlon inside Call today. MLS 




KarvnVlennMu 
But: 547-M44 
Rm: 546-9S71 




LANTBONE 




Ka.LV 




Stronger to Serve You Better 



Re/Max is pleased to announce the 
appointment of: 

— SUZANNE LANTEIGNE 

— MONA KELLY 

— GLENDA GODIN 

to our Reai Estate Professionals 

Re/Max Realty Service Immeubles 



1199 St. Peter Ave. 

547-0007 




BERESFORD - Side by side duplex for only 69.900 on 
rue Godin, one 3 bdrm, ooe wHh one bedroom, very 
bright, lets make a deal 

VrcTORIA ST. - This up and down duplex offers 
separate drives, a large patio for the upper apt and 
separate meters, beautifully decorated a must to view 
$85,900 

BERESFORD - only 3 years old and reduced to 
$82,500 with an attached garage. This well maintained 
Iront split is waiting for an oHef. 

BELLEDUNE - 4 bdrm* are offered in this vrall 
maintained side split, the attached garage is a bonus 
69,000 

FOR MORE INFORMATKM CALL: 
GLENDA GODIN. 548-9890 



WEST BATHURST • Well located on large lot this 44x28 It. 
home features 3 bdrm. up arxl 3 bdrm down. Also featuring 
fireplaca and double garage. S87,900 MLS 
NEW OOLF COURSE - Only 1 yrs old this 3 bdrm split entry 
Ieatures large masMr bdrm and rec room, lormal dining, car 
port and tits on a beautiful groomed landscaped lot 09.900 
MLS. 

TRULY EXCEPTK>NAL • Situated on a luHy landscaped lot 
with mature trees and circular driveway this modern design 
features Held stone lafade. Only l yr old it offers 3 bdrm. large 
rec itMm. 2 bath RM, jacocxjzi and a spadous kilchen with 
canter Island. A must to view $104,500. EXCL 
BERESFORD - Brand new house wHh al the quaWy tm you 
would want PVC windows, well Insulandt iBMafUllydaitgnad. 
PaDo doors, lots ol cupboards and priced at onlyM,SOO. EXCL. 
NORTH TETAOOUCHE - SoNd bridt 2 storey heme with 
double garage HartKvood Doors throughout arxi tlona fire- 
place Vary negotiable Anxious lo salT $118,000 MLS 
COUffTRY LIVINQ - Very spwMus 3 bdrm homa with slone 
lacade and double garage 32 acres ol Iread land, $99,200 
(922^) MLS 

FOR MORE INFORMATK>N CALL: 

SUZANNE. 546-6175 



REMAX 

REALTY 

1199 ST. PETER 

AVE. 

SANDRA - 546-4655 

MONA - 546-6484 

GLENDA - 548-9890 

SUZANNE • 546-6175 

HEIDI - 548-5150 

547-0007 



OPEN HOUSE 




2 - 

SUN., 

119S OCEAN RIDGE 
SEAWINOS S/D 



4 P.M. 
JAN. 24 



LONE RNES - "BEST PRCE" MLS - Only 3 years 
ddi All Landscaped! Wood stairs and floorsl Garden 
doorsi RIverbank loll Hard to find a newer home in this 
price range so dose to dty center 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 
SANDRA OR HEIDI 



The Noriheni Light, Wed., Jan. 20, 1993— 9A 



OOWHERgAL FOR REKT OFICE SPACE FOR REMT OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT BIRTHDAY WISHES 



COMMERaAL SPACE 
FOR LEASE 

Office, retail and light 
industrial buildings 
located at 216 Main 
Street, 259 King 
Ave., and 595 Main 
Street, in the down- 
town core. 

Call Eddy Housing 

at 

546-6631 



WAREHOUSE FOR RENT 

Warehouse lor rent in East 
Battiurst Apply at W.J. 
Cormier Co Ltd 546-2526 



OFFICE 

SPACE 

FOR RENT 

Prime office space in Key- 
stone Place, 270 Douglas 

Ave For information call 

548-8176 

9 to 4:30 weekdays 



Retail SPACE 
FOR RENT 

2 units 1200 sq tt ench 
Scholtens 7-1 1 
Beresford. N H 



REAL ESTATE 



LAWYERS 

FREE Initial Consultation 

546-4448 

SISCOE & SAVOIE 

Property Transactions - Criminal Law 

Corporate Law - Civil Litigation - Family Law 

Wills & Estate Planning - Injury Accident 

Services in French & English 
195 Main Street - Suite 8 - Bathurst 





Mona A. Kelly 
547-0007 Bus. 
546-M84 Rm. 



GREAT STARTER ■ Asking 
$12,500. for this 2 bdrm. trailer, 
size 12 X 54 (975-15) 

BERESFORD - Spacious 3 
bdrm front split, oak cup- 
boards, hardwood fkx)rs. gar- 
age and much more. 

LAND ■ Soutfi Tetagouche 
- 50 aaes - Second growth 
wood k>t, 100 X 100 cleared and 
ready to build, asking $24,900 



RETMAX REALTY SERVICES 

IMMEUBLES INC. 

1199 St. Peter Avenue 



JOB OPPORTUNmES 



LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE JEROME- BOUDREAU 

DISTRICT SCOLAIRE NO 7 

BERESFORD, N.B. 

EgallU d'acce* i ramploi 
Homme ou ttmriM 

La Commiuion scolaire J^rArrw-Boudreau recevra les otfres 
de tennce pour un poste d'agent de ddveloppement dans les 
lecteurs de la discipline scotaire et du suivi & apporter dans ce 
domaine 

La personne choisw travaillera en ^troite collaboration avec le 
directeur g^ndral adjoint et les directions d'dcoles pour dtablir une 
approche cohesive dans oe domaine soit plus sptofiquement: 

• une philosophie de base 

• une politx^ue et des lignei directrices 

• une d-marche A suivre 

• le rile des differents mtervenants: 

* parents 

' tnseignant-e-s 

* directions 

* personnel ressouroe 

QualMi re<|ulM«: 

La personne recherch^e devrait avoir une formation dans 
l^jn ou I'autre des secteurs de I'ohentation, de la psychologie, 
du travail soaal et/ou une exp^ience dans un travail 
d'animation avec les jeunes et de leadership dans la conduite 
de profets simiiaires. Les principales qualit^s personnelles 
recherchtes sont le leadership, la capaatd de pouvoir 
travailler en ^uipe et d'op^er avec un minimum de supervi- 
sion. 

Les termes du oontrat seront sur la base d'une annee 
scolaire et renouvelables pour une penode de 4 ans. 

Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec 
Monsieu Roger Parent au 547-2771 . 

Le« candidat-e s int^esse-e-s sont pne-e-s de faire 
parvenir leur offre de service et un expose de carriAre detailM 
au soussign^ avant le 1 I*vr1«r 1993. 
Cotwoura tganl de dAvetoppement 
•/• La Commlaslon acolalre 
J4rAine-Boudr«au 
Diatrtct acolalre no 7 
C.P. 1000 
Beraetord, N.-B. EOB IHO 



HOLIDAYS OVER! 
BILLS PILING UP? 

Kids gone back to school 

More free time on your hand 

We need part-time help 

Call 546-4420 




CITY OF BATHURST 
VILLE DE BATHURST 

C.P./P.O. Box 116 
Bathurst. N.B. E2A 3Z1 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

The City of Bathurst. New Brunswick (population 
14.409) requires a Director of Corporate 
Services (City Treasurer). 
Duties: Reporting to the City Manager, the 
Director of Corporate Services will be responsi- 
ble for the management and control of all 
Treasury related functions, staff and duties 
including, tiut not limited to, financial manage- 
ment, budget control, data processing, purchas- 
ing, audit, accounting and investments. 
Desirable Training and Experience: Qualifi- 
cations include a recognized accounting desig- 
nation or equivalent experience. C.A.. C.M.A.. 
C.G.A., together with 5 - 7 years of progressively 
responsible experience in a public sector (pre- 
ferably municipal) environment. Supen^isory 
experience and strong interpersonal skills are 
essential. Fluency in both official languages will 
tie an asset. Understanding, and familiarity with, 
computer systems is required. 
Salary Range: $46,125 - $57,649 based on 
ex^ orience and quallficatk)ns. 
BenefHs: The City of Bathurst offers a competi- 
tive comprehensive benefit package. 
Interested qualified applicants are invited to 
submit their resume (in confidence) by Friday, 
February 12, 1993 to: 

Mr. Tracy Branch 

Director of Human Resources 

City of Bathurst 

P.O. Box 116 

Bathurst. N.B. 

E2A 3Z1 



OFFICE SPACE 

865sq. ft. & 1250sq. 
ft. on King Ave., near 
Post Office, newly 
decorated. Recep- 
tion area & four of- 
fices. Excellent price. 

546-6604 or 

546-6430 



RETAIL & OFFICE 
SPACE 

Available on St. Peter 
Ave., approx 900 sq ft 
on ground fkx)r with a 
display window fronting 
St Peter Ave 
also 
Approx 1000 sq ft of- 
fice space, second 
floor Call Marc 

548-2273 

(evenings 546-2846) 



JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

irs 1993 LETS CHANGE 
YOUR LIFE 100 People 
needed. Lose weight FAST 
- EASY - AFFORDABLE 
100% Natural, 100% Guar- 
an teed Call 
1 303 450 2785 

Electrolux Canada is \o6k- 
ing tor part-time help. Call 
546-4429 



Avon 



LIMITED TIME 

You can earn up to 50% 
selling Avon products and 
until Jan. 30. there Is no 
cost to start and you will 
recerve a free kit. 
We have several openings 
for part-time or full-time 
position For more informa- 
tion please call Norma 
548-4886 or District Man 
ager, Darlene 773-6926 



BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 



JANPTORIAL 
FRANCHISE 

Bathurit. Newcastle 
and Chatham Area 
Jsni-KIng is tin f 1 Commerdal 
Osming FrmchiM m Nodh 
Anwca. Operate pan or lull 
nmt. Low nveslment Exceteni 
return and trandil assistance 
available. Cal or write PC Bo« 
961. Monclon. NB ElC BNS. 

857-0868 



PICTURES FRANCHISE 
Availat>le. complete retail & 
custom framing center 21 
stores aaoss Canada Ex 
dbng business opportunity 
Contact Terry Multiolland 
■t 1-416-931-6548 

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LEGAL NOTICES 

NOTICE Of MOnrOAGE SALE 
TO AIME BEAUUEU and UNE 
BEAUUEU, LapJwila. m ma County 
o* Qkxjcealer and Provinca ol New 
Brunswidi, Original IMongagoi. 
AND I^GAL AJD NEW BRUNS- 
WICK. Lianlwdtof. 
AND LA CABSE POPULAIRE DE 
ROBERTVILL£, Judgman Ctadi- 
lor, 

AND I^GARE, Judgment Cred«<x: 
AND: AIL OTHERS TO WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN 

PUBUC NOTICE la heiaby givwi 
undar and tt/ virtue of tlw proviaion 
of tl<a Property Act, being Ciupler 
P-19. RSN B 1973 

Tiwe wH t>e sold for trie pufpoae 
of aallatying liie moniea aecurad t>y a 
oartain Indenture of Mongage dated 
the ITttidaycfOaober. AD iaac. 
and regltlered the 10lh day of Oc 
lObei.AO. 1990, atNurrtieiZiasei 
n Volume 1421 at pagaa 260. m the 
Gloucealei County Regei^ Otiice. 
trade befwieen AIME BEAULIEU 
and UNE BEAUUEU as Mortgagor 
and LEAGUE SAVINGS * MORT- 
GAGE u Mortgagee, default havjng 
been tnada in paymeni thereof, ai 
public auOlon at the Court Houae. 
Bathuin. New Bmnamrldi. on Tuaa- 
d«y. «te leih day of FEBRUARY, 
AO. IMS a 1 o'clock In the alter 
noon, the loBowng landa and pre- 
ms«« mentioned and deaatied in 
the Mamma mongiig*, bamg ailu- 
aie at LaplanM Road, Inltw Pariah of 
Berealiird, In tfw Counqr ol OkMOM- 
ter and Province of New BrunavMi 
and mora particularly deaabed In 
Schedule 'A' attached haraio 

TOGETHER with a buldlnga and 
improvamentt thereon and any 
rights, priviiedgea and appune 
narKes thereunto belortgir^ or in a/iy 
manner appenainlng and al the 
estate. ngN. tMe. iniereat. use. poa- 
session, property, claim and de- 
mand, both at law and r aquty. of 
the said piece or parcel of land 
heretofore described. 

FURTHER NOTICE ia givwi Ihd ) 
a sufficMrt otler or purctiasa ■ not 
received lor the said lands and 
pfemlses the same wiR be wHiidrawn 
tnsm sad sale and wHI t>e deposed of 
tTy private contract without further 
notice being given. 
DATED at the Town of Newcastle, in 
the County of Nonhurrberland ar>d 
Province of l^ew Brunswidi the 1 1 th 
d^ of January, AO 1M3 
Gen Mahoney 

Maynes. Mahoney 1 TrenMay 
Solicitors lor League Savings A 
Mortgage 
SCHEDULE "A" 
Parcel tt 

"ALL AND SINGULAR that cenaki 
lot. piece or parcel of land and 
premises situae. lying and bemg at 
Laplante. Parish cf Beresford, in <ia 
County of Gloucealer arid Province 
ol New Brunswick, bounded and 
deacnbed as lollows: 
BEGINNING a a pomt in the eastern 
boundary Ime cf Lot rurrtom one 
hundred and ten (1 10) f^otth >i Tier 
T«w>. MadBoo Seltlemeni, where the 
south side Hne of land owned by 
Leon (Cagelan) Ooucai (betig pan 
of said ioi nufrtMr one hundfed and 
tan (t tO) North maeta aaid aai t e m 
boundry kne; thence weatetly eighty- 
lour (84) chains along said Leon 
Doucel south side line to the rear of 
the lot: thence southerly along said 
rear to part ol sax) lot nuntier one 
hundred and tan (1 10) North owned 
by the laia Jamea P Douca): thence 
easlarly along the northern bound- 
ary of said Jamaa P Oouoaf to the 
eaatarn boundary line alorasaid and 
thence nonherly alo.-ig aama to the 
place of beginning, being the aoMh- 
ern ponon of tha pan of aald W 
nurTt>er one hundred and ten (110) 
north conveyed to Abanle A Boud- 
raau by Mrs. Lina Boudraau a al. b|r 
a Quit Claim Deed dued March 1st. 
1962. and registered as number 745, 
in volume tSS. In pMee 712 and 713 
In the Qiouoeater County RegMry 
Office. 

BEING alto the Sana land and 
prenaees aa oenveyed to Abanle 
Boodfeau of Laplante by deed daed 
the 22nd day of August, 1975. and 
recorded In the Oloucaatar County 
Records on the I9lti day of Septem- 
ber. 1975. In Volume 441, a Pagee 
761-767, at inatnjment number 
63023. 

SAVE AND EXCEPTION out of the 
same a parcel of land whch was 
conve)red to Arthur Thenault by daed 
daed the 2g(h day of Novantiar, 
A0.1973, and reglatarad In tha 
County of Qlouoaaler Ragfauy Olr- 
lice on the 21« day of March. AO. 
1074. In Book 38S, a Pi^ea 783-785 
and as Nun*>er 49449. 
SAVE AND EXCEPTION out cf the 
same a parcel ol land which waa 
conveyed to Arthur Thenault t^ deed 
daed the 29th day of November. 
AO. 1973. and registered in the 
County of Gloucesier Registry Office 
on the 21st day ol March. AO 1974. 
n Bock 3es. a Pages 783 78S and 
as Nuntisr 49449 
BEING THE SAME land and pre- 
rriaea as conveyed to Donald Godki 
by Deed dated Novant>er 28. 1980. 
and reglstaed on the 4th day of 
December, AO. 1980, aa NuntMr 
118112 In Book 708 a Pagea 
639-642. 

ALSO being approved by the Bele- 
dune Plannir>g Comrrisaion Officer 
on the t ah day of Saptamber, 1975. 
as mora lully appear In Vokime 44 1 
a pagee 761-767 as number e3ae3 
Parcel 

ALL AND SINGULAR Ih« certain 
lot. piece or parcel of land and 
prerrilses situated, lymg and being 
on the weat aide of tl<e Laplante 
Road, in the Parish of Beresford. in 
the County of Glouceater and Pro- 
vince ol New Bninswidt. bounded 
and desaibad as lotowa: 
BEGINNING u a point on the waat- 
srn limi ol said Laplante Road wlwre 
the northern boundary of lar>d Oiivned 
by Armand Arseneau. Intarsecls. 
Iherwe westerly along said northern 
boundary of Armand Arseneau to the 
eaatarn limit of tha Hydro Transmla- 
slon line right of way: Ihanoa north- 
erty along said rtghi of way to a poet, 
a distance of 10 rods: thence eaa- 
terly parallel with said northern 
Ixxindary ol Armand Arseneau to the 
western knit of tt>a said Laplante 
Road: thence southerly along said 
Laplante Road to the place of begin- 
ning. a distance of 10 rods 
RESERVING AND EXCEPTING the 
marchartaMa tlntjer and Iraea lor 
Arthur Lagaoe (he previous owner 
until the 31M day ol October, 1977. 
already taaawad on deed tha con 
veyad the above same propany to 
Ihe grantor dated the 31tl day of 
October. 1975 and registered aa 
nuniier 64?99. in bock 447. pagea 
3 '39 and being part of property 
conveyed lo the prevloue owner 
Arthur Lagace by deed daed Ihe i si 
day of S^ember, AO. 1950. and 
ragialared aa nunber 185 In book 
124 page 238. 
BEING THE SAME land and pre- 



LEGAL NOTICES 



msas at conveyed to MiChelitM 
Godm by Deed daed Novantier 3, 
1976. and regiataad on NovarrtMr 
10. 1976. as nunbar 74081 in booli 
492 a pagee 549^590. Being en 
errpied lor registruion by Ihe Bete- 
durta Planning Comntsaion Novem- 
ber 1. 1976. aamorelully appears aa 
Number 74961 m bock S42 a page 
549 

The two parcels of land being the 
tarn* lands and premaaa aa war* 
conveyed lo La Banque Nationale du 
Caiada by Deed daad July 24. 
1985. and ragatercd r the Cloucee 
t« County Registry Olfce on August 
14. 1985. In Book 986. at Pages 295 
10 301. under inslrumani nuntiar 
162629- 



NOTICE OF MORTOAOE SALE 

TO 
Yvette Roy, owner of the equly of 
redemption and original Mortga 
gor. Qllben Pellatler, Guarantor 
and La Caleee Populaire de 
Robertvlile Liae, original monga 
gaa. and to Kenny needy M>, 
aacond mangagee, AND TO ALL 
OTHERS TO WHOM IT MAY 
CONCERN: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
under and by virtue of a certain 
Indenture of Mortgage bearing dale 
the 28lh dey of July, 18MC and 
registered m the Oftca of the Regi- 
arar of Deeds in and lor the County 
of QkXicester on the 30lh day ol 
July, 1986. aa Number 1727]*, in 
book 1040, a pages 1$ to (0 made 
bawaen Yvelta Roy, as Mortgagor, 
Qilbatl PelMler, as Guarantor and 
LA CAISSE POPULAIRE DE 
ROBERTMLL£ UMTEE. as Mort 
gagaa. and undar and by virtue of the 
Property Act. R.S.N.B. 1973, Chap, 
p. 19. there wlli lor the purpose of 
obtaining payment of monies sec- 
ured by the said indantui* of Mort- 
gage, default havng been made In 
the paymeni thereof, ba sold m 
public auction a tha Gloucester 
County Courthouse. Bahura. Ne«r 
Brunewkk, on Wadneaday, the 
lOlh dey of February, 1M3, a the 
hour of 10:00 ockxk in the fore- 
noon, local lime, the loIoMrIng de- 
scrtMd lands and premtsaa: 

ALL AND SMGULAR that certain 

loi, piece or pared of land and 

premises, situate, lying and being m 

Akide Jean Roy Subdivalon, Emen- 

tion 1. a Ncholaa Denys, in Ihe 

Pansh ol Beresfonj. in the County of 

Qtoucealer and Province of New 

Brunawick, bang more particularty 

bounded and daecrbed aa lotows 

BEaNMNQ aa a steal sunrey post 

sat at the Interaacilcn of the south- 

an boundary of NIcholaa Oanys 

Road with tha vteslan boundary o( 

Lot as of Alexia Jean Roy Subdivl- 

SK>n. Extension 1: 

TMENCE by the New Brunswick 

Old Atimuth 158°. 31', 25- along 

tie laiaaem boundary of Lot aS lor 

a diatance of 201 70 malara to a 

steel sunay post: 

THENCE 249-. 31 . 25- tot a 

diaianoa of S4J64 malats to a 

ttaal sunrey po«; 

THENCE 339*. 31', 28" along Iha 

etalern boundary of Lot 87 lor a 

diatance of 201. 170 maian to a 

steal survey poet ta on the louth- 

«n boundary of Nicholas Denys 

Road: 

THENCE 80*. 31'. 25" akxig the 
southern boundary of NIcholaa 
Denys Road tor a diatance of 
54.864 metare to tha place of 
BEQINMNa 

AND BEING Lot 16 of Alckia Jean 
Hoy Subdivalon Eitenelon 1 aa 
surveyed by Alvin N Oouca. 
NB.L.S.. and shown on SubdM- 
sion Plan dated the 1 a day of 
October, 1960. Sunreyort File No 
2AF - 1 04A: having been filed in the 
Registry Office in arid lot the 
County ol Gloucesier on the 71h 
day of OctolMr. 1960. aa Plan No 
197. 

SAID Plan having been a pprove d 
by the Oevelapmtni Offlcar lor the 
Beladune Planning Oiatnct on the 
7<h day of Octdiar. 1980, aa 
lown on tha Subdivlaion Plan. 
AND BEINQ »ie tame lands and 
piamises aa conveyed to Yvatta 
Ftoy from Roland PeNaliar and 
Muriale Pellalier. hk wile, by 
Oaad dalad tha 22nd day of Janu- 
ary. 1983, arxl regaiered In the 
Raglatry Olflce In and for the 
County of Otoucesla on the 25th 
day of January. 1963. aa Nunber 
136434, of Volume S22, « Pa«ee 
34 lo 36. 

AND HAWNO bean ipproved by 
the Oevdapmani Oflloar lor Ihe 
Beladune Planning Oatrtct on the 
2Sth day of January. 1983, aa 
shown in tha aoramantioned 



TOGETHE R WITH al the bulding 
and Irrprovements tfiereon ar>d Ihe 
privileges and appurtenances 
thereto belonging or in any way 
appertaining 

FURTViER NOTCE a hereby gi- 
ven that if a sufficient offer of purch- 
aae la not receivad lor the aald lands 
and pran c es al Ihe saM pibiic 
aucMon the same wil be nvllhdrawn 
from aak) sale and wll be diaposed of 
by privue contract wthoul further 
notice bang givea 

DATED a the City ol Bathurst. In 
the Province of New Brunswick. Ihe 
2«h dey of December, 1992. 

LA CAiaSE POPULAIRE 
DE flOBERTWLLE UMTEE 
Per: DANIEL J FRENEHE 
SoNdlor lor 
La Caiate Populaire de 
Robenvlla Umt*e 
GALLAGHER, ROUX, FRENETTE 
Bamuers and SoUcaors 
1199 St. Paer Avenue 
2nd FkMr. Sulla C 
Bahural. New Brunswick 
E2A 3A1 
Telephone: (506) 548-9444 



NO'nCE OF MORTGAOE SALE 
TO: LINOAL CONSTRUCTION 
LTEE, a body ccxporaa. Mortgagor 
and JACQUES SAVaE, Gkjarantor 
AND TO: FEDERAL BUSINESS 
DEVELOPMENT BANK. hoMar of 
the second and third mortgages 
AND TO: NATIONAL BANK OF 
CANADA, holdar of the iourth mort- 
»aga 

AND TO: CENTRAL GUARANTY 
TRUST COMPANY, hoWar of the 
llflh mcxigage. 

AND TO: ALL LESSEES of the 
premlaet of UNOAL CONSTRUC- 
TION LTEE situaue a Civk: No 1 12 
Main Sirea. In the City of Bathurst. 
New Brunswick. 

AND TO: ALL OTHERS WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS default has been 
made in the payrrant of tha principal 
monaya and intarasi secured by a 
certain Mortgaga ol the landt and 
premlaaa situalad a Chric Number 
112 Main Straal, in tha CHy of 
BaHunt, m the County of GkMicesler 
and Provinca ol New Brunewlck. 
daM the 27th day of Juty. 1989 
made between LINDAL CON- 



LEGAL NOTICES 




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STHUCTiON LTEE. Mortgagor and 
THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA. Monga 
gee. and JACOUES SAVOIE. Guv 
amor, and rtgislered in the Office of 
tha Fliagatrai of Deeds in and lor the 
County of Gkjuceater on Ihe ISthday 
of July. 1988 in Book 1289 a page 
401 aa Nunber 205147. contrary to 
the terms thereof: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
undar and by virtue ol the power of 
sale contained In the above rected 
Mortgage and aa well Iha power of 
sale conierred upon the Mortgagee 
by the Property Ad. bemg Chapter 
P 19 of the Revisad Slalutee of New 
Bruncwkk. 1973. and amendments 
Iheralo. Ihe landa and premlaaa 
detcrbed n tha hereinbefore man 
tioned Mortgage in favour of THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA and more 
particulafly daactfced in Schsdua 
-A' attached hereto and forming pan 
of this indenture wiH ba sold at pubtc 
auction In or near tha Glotjcestar 
County Court Houss. being Civic 
Number 254 St Patrdi Siraei. mtha 
Guy of Bahursl, in the County of 
Glouceelei and Provinca of New 
Brunawick. on Friday. Ihe 22nd day 
of January. AD tge3a IIXMinthe 
loref>oon. unleas Ihe Mortgage prin- 
cipal and tilereat togaher wth the 
cost of these proceedings are sooner 
paid 

For terms and conditions of tale 
contact Messrs Stewart McKaivey 
Stirling Scales. P.O Box 20070. 64t 
Man Sirea. Suae 601. Monctcn. 
New Brunswick. E1C9M1. solialort 
lor the Mortgagee. THE IMPERIAL 
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

Daed a the Cty of Moncton. m 
Iha County of Westmorland and 
Province of New Brunswick tha 1 5th 
day of Decant>af. 1992 

STEWART MCKELVEY 

STIRLING SCALES 

Soiicaors lor 

THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 

COMPANY OF CANADA 

SCHEDULE "A" 

ALL AND SINGULAR that oertam 
lot. piece or parcel oi land and 
pramiaea situae. lying and betng on 
the South Side of Mam Street, m tha 
Town of Bathurst. in the County ol 
Gkxiceater and Province of New 
Bnjnswick. bounioo and deeabed 
as folkMrs: 

BEGINNING at a point on Iha 
south side of Man Straa where Ihe 
westerty side ime of lands lormerly 
owned by Elian Whta ntersects ihe 
said sirea. ihence in a westerly 
dirsction along Ihe south sxle line of 
Man Street lortylour Isel: thence n 
a toulherty directon and a righi 
anglea to the south side line of Mam 
Sirea aniy seven (67) feel: thence 
easterly and paraiel to the louth tide 
Ineol Mam Street tony lour (44) lea 
or to the westany side line of lands 
formerty owned t>y EHen White: 
thence In a northerty dtactlon along 
the weeterly side line of the Me Elan 
WNe'a property to Ihe south side 
ineal Man Street tuiy taven tea to 
the plaue of beginning. 

AND HAVNG BEEN APPROVED 
for ragtstraion by J G Greanough. 
Oeveiopmert Officer lor Ihe City ol 
Bahursl on the 1 6th day of October. 
AO , 1973 aa shown m a Deed to 
Mak) Realty Lid., from Kenny Realty 
Ltd . dated the 12th day ol October. 
A.O.. 1973 and registered m the 
Regalry Office In and lor tha County 
of Glouceata on the 22nd day of 
October. AO. 1973 as Nurrbet 
46484. of Vokime 373. a Pagee 540 
to 542 

AND BEING Ihe sarra land and 
premaea as conveyed toLindal Con- 
struction Lite Irom Linda Savoie by 
Deed dated tha 23 day of June. AO . 
1978 and regaiered in the Regetry 
Offica m and for tha County ol 
Glouceater on the 27th day of June. 
AD. 197B ■ Nurrbw 91388. of 
Volume 564. a Pages 135 to 138 



NOTICE Of MORTGAGE SALE 
TO: 041883 N.*. LIMITED, a body 
corporate. Mortgagor and 
JACOUES MVaE. aid OILLES 

LAJCIE. Guaranlora 
AND TO: THE IMPERIAL UFE 
ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CA- 
NADA, hoMa of the second rtiort 
gage. 

AND TO: CENTRAL GUARANTY 
TRUST COMPANY, holder of the 
third, fourth and ffth mortgages. 
AND TO: WJl DOUCET « SONS 
LTD„ a body carporaa, Judgnant 
Credtor. 

AND TO: BLANCHARD READY 
HX LTD., a body corporae. Judg- 
ment Cradllct 

AND TO: AIR STAT LTEE, a body 
corporae. Judgment Creditor. 
AND TO: LEON CHOmNARO ET 
RLS CIE LTEE, a body corporae. 
Judgment Credlor. 
AND TO: AU LESSEES of Iha 
premlaae of 041882 KB. UMTEO 
situae a CIvK Noe. 1120-1124 St. 
PMsrt Avenue. In tlte Cly ol Bath- 
urst. New BnjnawlGk. 
AND TO: ALL OTHERS WHOM IT 
MAY CONCERN: 

WHEREAS default haa been 
made in the pairmant of tie prlndpa 
moneys and intereet secured by a 
certain IMongaga of tha lands and 
prenfsae situaed a Civic Nurrberi 
11 20- 1 1 24 Si Peters Avanue. at the 
Cty of Bathurst. in tha County of 
Qlouceeter and Provmoe of New 
Biunswkk. daed the aih day of 
June, 1989 made batwaen 041662 
N S LIMITED. Mortgi^or a,id THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA. Mortga 
gee. and JACOUES SAVOIE aid 
GILLES LAJOIE. Guarantors, and 
regaiered In the Onk:a ol tha Flegi- 
strar of Deeds In and tor the County 
of Glouceater on ttie eih day of June. 
1989 In Book 1276 a page 264 at 
Nunber 203767. contrary to the 
tamt ttiereof: 

NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVCN Iha 
under and by virtue of the power of 
tela containad In tha ax>va-rac(ed 
Mortgage and at wal the power a 
tale conferred upon the Mortgagee 
by the Property Act. bdng Chapta 
P 19 of the Rariaed Stautea ol New 
Brunswick. 1973, and amendments 
thereto, the lands and pramisea 
described in the herelnbaore men- 
tioned Mortgage m favour of THE 
IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA and more 
panicuiarty deacrlbad in Schedule 
'A' attached herao and iorming pert 
of the indonturt will be sold ■ public 
aucton In or near the QkMicaaw 
County Court Houaa, betng Civic 
Nunber 254 St. Parick SIraal, in the 
Cty of Bahursl. in the County a 
Qkwceetei and Provlnoe of New 
Brunswick, on Friday, the 22rd day 
ol January. A 0. 1993 a 1 1 30 in Ihe 
toranoon. unless trie Mortgage pnn 
dpa and interest togaher w«h Ihe 
cost of these proceedings aa sooner 
pad 

For tana and oorKMions ol sale 
ooniact Meesrs. Stewart McKakrey 
Slirilng Scales. P O Boi 20070. 644 
Main Strea. Sule 601. Mondon. 
New Bruncwidi. E 1 C 9M 1 , soicNors 
for the Mortg^ee, THE IMPERIAL 
LFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF 
CANADA 

Daed a ihe City of Monclon. In 
Ihe County of Weetmortand and 
Province of New Brunswick this 15th 
day of Decanber. 1992. 

STEWART MCKELVEY 
STIRLING SCALES 

Soaaiora lor 

THE IMPERIAL LIFE ASSURANCE 
COMPANY OF CANADA 
SCHEDULE "A" 

PARCEL 1 

AU AND SINGULAR tha oartan 
lol, pleca or parcel of land and 
premlsee sluae lying and bea>g on 
the Eaaterty tide of Si Paer Av 
enue. In the Cly of Bahursl. in Ihe 
County of Cilouoeeta and Province 
of New Btuns«t«, mote particularly 
deactlbad aa lotowia: 

BEGINNING a a Mea sunray post 
sa a the mteisectlon of the aaaMtn 
boundary of St Patar't Avenue «Hlh 
the Southern boundary of Richad 
Rloui piopertji. 

THENCE by the m^na ol the 
yea 1072 on a courta beartng S 73* 



LEGAL NOTICES 

41' 23' E or lolowing Ihe aloreman. 
tioned Southern boundary of Ri- 
chad RIoui property lor a diaianoa 
of 2(2.8 lea 10 a steel survey post. 
TMENCE S 16- 34' 5r W lor a 
diaanoa ol57 4leettoaslaai suney 
poa, 

THENCE S 22- Iff 25* W lor a 
dialanoe of 20 lea lo a tiaai suney 
poa sat on tha Noitham bounday ol 
Keysuna LInMtf proparty, 

THENCE MoaKng tame on a 
course baaing N 72' 20 1 5- W lor a 
distance of 180.3 fe« lo a sMI 
survey poa sa on Ihe Eaaan 
boundary of St Pater Avenue. 

THENCE lolowing same on a 
course beanng N 23' Off W for a 
distance of 95 feel to the place of 
beginning. 

AND oontalniig 15.950 aquae 
tea. The lahole at aunreyed by J G 
Doucat, New Bruntwick Land 
Surveyor and thown on Survey Plan 
dated Decertber 12. 1973 Bangal 
the lands arid premaea conveyed lo 
Mrs. Thereea Roy by deed Irom 
Richard Rioun and Evelyn Rnui 
daedDaoanbalO. 1956 and regla- 
taed May 12. 1959 aa Nuntier 348 
a Pagaa 32fr329 in Volume 148 ol 
the GkMceaa County Records 
PARCEL 2 

ALL AND SINGULAR tha certain 
M. piece or parcel of land and 
premlsea sluaa. lying and being on 
the Eaaterty side of St Paer Av- 
enue, in the Cly of Bahurst, 1 1he 
County of Qlouoeetw and Pn>vinca 
of New Brunswick, more particulaly 
bounded and described as lolkMa 
BEGINNING a the intersection of 
Ihe hkirthan bounday of Nuare 
Lane with the Eastern boundary of 
St. Paer Avenue. 

THENCE by the mi^na of the 
yea 1 966 on a course beanng N 23 ' 
dagreee Off W or lol lowing the alore- 
mentioned Eaatem txMjndary of St 
Peta Avenue for a distance of 103 
laa to tha Southern boundary ol 
Atshee Floy's property. 

THENCE lolowing same on a 
course beanng S 72- degreee 54 E 
for a dMance of 176 lea to the 
Weaem boundary of Rodolpfie Go- 
din's propany. 

THENCE lolowing same on a 
course bearing S 16- degreee 44 W 
for a distance of 79 tea lo the 
Northern boundary of Na^aira Lane. 
THENCE lolowing same on a 
course beartng N 72' degrees 54' W 
for a daianca of 1 10 tea to the place 
of begtining. 

SAME HAVING BEEN AP 
PROVED by Ihe Town Planning 
Commisson aa wtl mora luly ap- 
pear on deed Nunber 1 8490 in Bodk 
2«1 of the GkMceaer County Re 
cords Office 



NOTICE OF MORTOAOE SALE 
TO: 

CLAUOETTE POVIfER, OWNER 
OF THE EQUITY OF REDEMPTION 
AND 0RK3INAL HORTGAOOR: 
AND: 
THOMAS ROBKXAUD, ORGI 
NAL MORTGAGOR: 
AND: 
ALL OTHERS TO WHOM IT MAY 
CONCERN 

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY 
OIVEN that under and by virtue ol a 
oartam indenture of Morigage baa- 
mg daa the 1 2th dey ol June, 1 081 , 
and regaiered in the Olfloe of the 
Flegistrv of Deeds m and lor the 
County of Qtoucetter on the 1 Mi 
day ol June, 1H1, aa Nuntw 
228141, in book 1481, a pagaa 
7840 made benveen CLAUOETTE 
POWER and THOMAS ROBt- 
CMAUO, aa Mortgagor and HOUSE 
HOLD REALTY CORPORATION 
LMITED. as Mortgagee, and under 
and by virtue ol Ihe Property Act. 
R SN6 1973. Chap P-19 there 
w4l tor tha puipoaa ol obtaining 
payment of nnnlea secured by the 
said Indenture <* Mongage. delaul 
having been made in the paymant 
ttwraof. be sold ■ pubic auction m 
the Glouoeaer County Court House. 
254 SI Panck Sirea. in the Cay of 
Bahursl. in the County of QMuceua 
and Provlnoe ol New Bnjnswk*. on 
Tuaaday, the 23nl dey of Febru- 
ary, A.D., 1801, a the hour of 2:00 
o'clock in the allanoon. loca time. 
tha tollowing deecnbed landa and 
premses: 

ALL AND SINGULAR that c«- 
lain tot. piece or parcel ol land and 
promisee, situae. lying and being 
»i Ihe Vilage of Sheila. In the 
County ol Glouoeaa and Pro- 
wice of New Brunswkk: Bounded 
and OeecritMd aa Follows:- 

BEOINNINO at a Steel 
Survey Poei locaed on the North 
an Boundary Ltie of the Highway 
Road leading Irom Shaia lo Upper 
Shela, a a point where ihe South- 
e«ian aide Ine of a Lot of land 
now occupied by one Nazaro 
Comeau meas or Intersects wth 
the saM Northern Boundary Ine of 
tie sak) Highway Road: 

FROM Iha point thus dela- 
ntned and running acccKdlng to 
the Magnet of the year I9e2,akvig 
the said Southeastem side Ine of 
land of the sak) Nazaire Comeau. 
138' degreea, 2? mkiutaa. 32* 
aeoonds a distance of 51 OOO me- 
ters to another iteel Survey poa: 
THENCE tu"iing arxl njnnvig 
acroas tha land ol the Grantor, 88' 
degreea. 20 minutea. Or seconds 
a dielanca of 27 280 naters to 
anoiha Steel Survey Post, 

THENCE turning and ninning 
acroas Ihe land of tha Oantor. 
149' degreea. 2ff minutea. 35' 
seconds a distance of 29.070 me- 
ters to another Stea Survey Poa; 
THENCE turning arid running 
across the land of the Grantor, 
161' degrees, Off minule, 55* 
seconds a distance of 24 560 me- 
ters K> another Slea Survey Poa 
locaed on the aiMd Northern 
Boundary line of the above men 
tkxied Highway Road. 

THENCE turning and running 
aong the sad Northern Boundary 
ine of the said Highway Road a 
distance of 5 572 maers k> the 
Sleel Survey Post kxated « the 
place of BEGINNING: 

AND CONTAIMNQ 983 mr 
lers 

THE HERBN bounded and de- 
acrtbed lol of land waa Surveyed 
by N L. Douoa Co Lid . N B L S . 
of Bathurst. N B., on the 20th day 
ol Oaober. AO 1962 and h 
locaed on Subdivalon Plan Sarah 
Qirouard Subdivalon m the Vllme 
ol Shaia. County cf Gtoucasta. 
Piovlnoa ol New Brunswick, and 
aaid plan waa approved by Ihe 
Planning Commltak>n on the 5lh 
day of Novenba. AO.. 1982; 
AND waa reglaetad In Iha Re- 
cords of Gloucester County a 
Bathurst. N B. on the 8th day of 
Novembw. AD. 1962 as Hurrtjti 
316 of the said Records 

BBNG so described In a Deed 

from Saah QirouanI to Claudatte 

Poiaer. dated the l?h day of 

Novenba. 1982 and duly ragla- 

larad in tha Registry Office In and 

tor the County ol Obuoeela on the 

10th day ol NovantMr. 1982 as 

Nunbw 134811. ki Book 61 1. a 

Pagee 613-814. 

TOQETHER WITH ai the bulding 

and tnpiovamants thereon and the 

privileges and appurtenances 

Itiarato bekxiglrig or in any way 

appertaining. 

FURTHER NOTICE h hereby 
givan tha H a sunidani olta of 
pufchaae la nol raoalved l(K the aak) 
landa and pramisea a the sak) public 
auction the aama wll be wlhdraiwn 
Irom said aala and wH ba dapoaad of 
by prtvae contract wWioul further 
notice being given. 

DATED a the Cly of Bahurst. In 
Iha Proviroe of New Bnjnswick. tha 
IS'h day ol January. AD. 1903. 
HOUSEHOLD REALTY 
CORPORATION LIMITED 
Par BERNARD S ROUX 
SoOcMor lor HOUSEHOLD REALTY 
CORPOfWTION LIMITED 
OALLAONER. ROUX. FRENETTE 
Banlaers arid Sollcaors 
1100 St Pater Avenue 
2nd Floar. SuNe -C 
Balhufti, Naw Bninawick 
E2A 1A1 
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Robertville firefighters get new truck 

Fire chief Jean-Claude Roy of the Robertville Volunteer Fire department gladly accepted the keys Monday for a new 
nretruck. The $105,000 CMC Top Kick 1992 track was purchased with the help of the department of municipalities, 
culture and housing, which covered 45 per cent of the cost. The Robertville department's third and newest truck has a 
water reserve of 1,200 gallons and can pump out some 625 gallons a minute. Robertville firefighters serve the area 
from Dunlop to Nicolas Denys. Shown from left are Marcelle Mersereau, Bathurst MLA and minister of 
municipalities, culuire and housing: Fire Chief Roy; Denis Frenetie, assistant fire chief; and Maurice Hachey, fire 
prevention officer. (Northtrn Light Photo) 

Cop's case now 'internal matter' 



Bathurst police officer Lynus Bug- 
gie, convicted of fraud, was sen- 
tended to ISO hours community ser- 
vice and six months probation in 
provincial court Tuesday. 

"Although a tremoundous amount 
is required of police officer, and 
certainly the officer has to endure 
hardship and stress, they are one of 
those people to whom much has been 
given, and from whom much is 
expected in public trust," said Judge 
Andrew Symiest during sentencing, 
adding. "Therefore, it is not in the 
public's best interest to put the 
accused in a position of saying 'I 
have rtoi been convicted of anything.' 
What kind of message does that send 
to kids on the street? Given the 
circumstances. I am of the opinion ' 
should not grant a discharge." 

Mr. Buggie, 44, defrauded kxal 
New Brunswick Police Association 
union members between $4,316 and 
$4,616 from May 1, 1988 and Aug. 1, 
1992. As association area vice- 



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Television Sunday night. 

The company's mining divfsion, 
located near Bathurst, will be fea- 
Uircd on the news program "Ven- 
ture," said BMS spokesman Roger 
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"Venture," hosted by journalist 
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president, he double-billed expenses 
to both the local union and the 
provincial office. He plead guilty to 
one count of fraud more than $1,000 
on Dec. 10. 

When the matter was discovered in 
June 1992, Mr. Buggie requested he 
be demoted from the rank of sergeant 
to corporal first-cbss in the Ba^urst 
police force. He has been suspended 
with pay since June, in accordance 
with the New Brunswick Police Act. 

The Act stipulates an investigation 
must be conducted into any matter 
involving a police officer found 
guilty and convicted of an indictable 



offence. Chief Lloyd Armstrong said 
any internal disciplinary actions, 
which range from counselling to 
dismissal, will be looked at 
immediately. 

'The criminal side of the matter 
has been dealt with, and now this case 
turns into an internal matter, so we 
will follow procedures as outlined in 
the New Brunswick Police Act. The 
results of the investigation will be 
made public as soon as completed. 

"The procedures in this case have 
already been started, and we will 
bring the matter to conclusion as 
quickly as possible." 



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Richelieu ESN set to face 
top hockey team tonight 



Richelieu Ecole Sccondaire Nepi- 
siguit moved into a second place tie 
in the Northern Conference High 
School Hockey League last weekend. 

The move was made possible 
through a 10-5 victory over W.A. 
Losier High School in Tracadie 
Saturday. 

Denis Foumier continued to dis- 
play his deft scoring touch in this 
game, scoring four times and assist- 
ing on two others. Also in on the 
scoring were Alain Frenette, two 
goals; Stephane Cormier, one goal 
and three assists; Kevin Doucet, one 
goal and two assists; Eric Boudrcau, 
one goal and one assist; and Denis 
Duclos, one goal. 



Only seven games remain for 
Richelieu ESN before the playoff 
schedule begins. 

Coach Jean-Claude Chiasson was 
extremely happy with the way his 
players handled themselves in Satur- 
day's game, which he described as 
"very aggressive." 

"We won because our players were 
very disciplined," he said. 

Richelieu ESN gets set to host 
unbeaten Caraquet tonight Wednes- 
day at the Petit Rocher Arena, begin- 
ning at 8:15 p.m. 

On Friday they travel to Dalhousie 
to lake on Aux-Quatres-Venis High 
School. 
SUndings W L T Pt 



Louis MaiUoux (Can.) 13 26 

Richelieu ESN 9 4 18 

VUrie-Eilher (Ship.) 9 6 18 

DiJhoujie High 7 7 15* 

W.A. Uiier (Tr»c.) 6 7 12 

Aux-Qiutrcj-Vcnu (D«l ) 5 9 II' 

B«lhur$t High 4 9 9* 

RoJind Pepin (C»mp.) 2 13 6» 

(*)-Te«ni which lotes in overtime or in 
ihooloul receives one point. 



Top Korers 
Mario Gionei, Cara. 
Michel Doiron, Cara. 
Denis Foumier, ESN 
Joel Thibeauli, Camp. 
Marc Theriaull, Cara. 
Christian Hachi, Trac. 
Jonalhan Qinch, BHS 
Yves Roussel, Ship. 
Charles Heinstein, Dal. 
Alain Albcn, Cara. 
Philippe Cormier, Cara. 



G A Pt 

17 26 43 
21 18 39 

18 20 38 
17 14 31 
12 18 30 
20 9 29 
II 18 29 

19 9 28 
14 14 28 

8 20 28 

8 20 28 



Dunn one pin shy of N.B. 
candlepin bowling record 



Bobby Dunn is now the proud 
owner of the highest single ever 
recorded in BathursL 

Bowling in the City Challenge Cup 
Jan. 13 at Chaleur Family Lanes, the 
member of the Bowlarama Challen- 
gers rolled a 2 10 single. That eclipsed 
the previous city record of 201, set by 
Lionel (Wabo) Pitre a few years ago. 
Dunn's previous high single was a 
184. 

According to records kept by the 
International Candlepin Bowling As- 
sociation, Dunn's record effort is 
only one pin shy of the provincial 
record 211 single, rolled by Nelson 
Caissie at the Miramichi Bowlarama. 

The all-time record at an ICBA 
sanctioned event is held by Jerry 
Montminy of New Hampshire, who 




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once rolled a 240 single. Other 
provincial records are owned by 
Scott Richardson, with a 234 single 
rolled in Nova Scotia; and Herbie 
Myers, who tossed a 204 in Maine. 

Dunn also added singles of 1 1 3 and 
145 to complete a 468 triple, another 
best for him and undoubtedly one of 
the top triples in the area. His 
previous high triple was a 424. 

His totals helped lead the Challen- 
gers to an 1,867-1,731 victory over 
Sie Chaleur Phantoms in the City 
Challenge Cup bowling comptition. 
The Phantoms were vying for their 
third defence of the cup they had 
claimed from the Challengers last 




month. The Challengers had held the 
ttophy from the start of the 1992-93 
bowling season. 

Other members of the Challengers 
and their scores were as follows: 
Roger Legacy, 116, 144 and 121 = 
381; Cowan Glazier, 121, 120 and 
1 1 5 = 356; Gerald Pettigrew, 1 1 1 and 
124 = 235; Mike Ganett, 1 16 and 99 
= 21 5; and Rheal Thibodeau, 104 and 
108 = 212. 

Replying for the Phantoms were 
Joe Paulin, 142, 114 and 109 = 365; 
Jean-Marc Lavigne, 105, 122 and 
126 = 353; Reggie Thibodeau, 111, 
113 and 107 = 331; George Parker, 
113 and 121 = 234; Mike Vienneau, 
100 and 116 = 216; and Daniel 
Basque, 108 and 104 = 212. 



Bobby Dunn 



Curl for Heart spiel 
deadline drawing near 



Have you got your team together 
for the annual Curl for Heart fund- 
raising bonspiel? 

There's no time to waste. 

The immensely-popular event is 
slated for Jan. 30 at the Bathurst 
Curling Club. In its Hrst two years, 
the event has raised more than 
$14,000 for the Heart and Stroke 
Foundation of New Brunswick, and 
organizers Andy and Claire Wilt 
hope that figure rises considerably 
this year. 

The purpose of the event is to raise 
funds for continuing research and 
education in the field of cardiovascu- 
lar disease. 

Last year's event drew 20 teams 
and raised $6,034 for the charity. 



Thirty teams registered in 1991, with 
$7,800 raised. 

Those interested in participating 
need only contact the Wilts at 
548-8232 to register their team and 
collect their pledge sheets. 

Teams register Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at 
the curling club. Late registrations 
will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 
on the morning of the spiel, with play 
beginning at 9 a.m. Each team is 
guaranteed two four-end games. 

A trip for two to Montreal awaits 
the top fund-raising individual. 
Prizes will also be awarded to the 
winning team and runner-up, and the 
top fund-raising team and runner-up. 
Other prizes will be drawn for during 
the bonspiel, which features a dance 
at day's end. 



Youth teams still needed 

for Big River boot hockey tourney 



The deadline to register a team for 
the upcoming Big River Youth Boot 
Hockey Tournament is Jan. 27. 

Teams have up until that time to 
register for the event, which is ex- 
pected to attract 20 five-person 
teams. All those 18 and younger are 
invited to participate. 

The tournament, organized by the 
Big River Sport and Recreation 
Centre, will be held Jan. 30 at the Big 



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Comin' through! 



Josh Good of the Bathurst High School Phantoms basketball team, trying to get by a member of the Rivervicw High 
School Royals Friday at the BHS gymnasium. Riverview won the game. 

(Northern Light Photo) 




Playoff chances slipping 
away from Midget Kings 



River rink. 

There will be a meeting for all 
team captains on Jan. 28, beginning 
at 7 p.m. at the Big River Sport and 
Recreation Centre. 

The entry fee is $15 per team. 
Prizes and trophies will be handed 
out to the top teams. 

For more information, or to regis- 
ter, contact Dale Branch at 546-6185 
after 5 p.m. 



Taking his dog for a. ..ski? 

Jean-Francois Roy, prior to hitting the ski trails at the Bathurst Sports 
Chalet last weekend with dog Shani in tow. 

(Northern Ught Photo) 

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The Gloucester Kings may have to 
sit out the playoffs in the New 
Brunswick AAA Midget Hockey 
League this season. 

In last place with few games 
remaining, the Kings must make up 
six points on the Saint John Pcpsis in 
order to grab the fourth and final 
playoff spot. 

The team was in dire need of a pair 
of wins last weekend, but managed 
only one point in two home games. 

The Kings* point came against the 

Roy takes local 
archery title 

The Bathurst Archery Club held an 
indoor Animal Shoot Sunday in the 
basement of the Sacred Heart Hall on 
EXxiglas Avenue. 

Shooters were divided into three 
categories, with points awarded for 
specific locations hit on an animal- 
like target. 

Mike Roy won the Division A title 
with 303 points, followed by Martial 
Landry, 204; and Gordon Moshcr, 
292. 

Eric Cdld won the Division B 
crown with a total of 261 points. In 
second was Gervais Foumier with 
259 points, and in third was Bruno 
Doucet with 258. 

Scott Gallagher won Division C 
with 218 points, followed by Danny 
Burke, 203; and Clement DcGrace, 
202. 

Local archers will host a tourna- 
ment at Ecole Secondaire Ncpisiguit 
on Feb. 14, which is expected to draw 
some of the finest archers in the 
province to Bathurst. The competi- 
tion will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 



Pepsis Saturday evening at the Bath- 
urst Arena, where the teams skaicd U) 
a 7-7 draw. Scoring for Gloucester 
were Corey Larose, with three. Marc 
Deveaux, Dominic Noel, Denis St. 
Laurent and Shawn Walsh. 

The Miramichi Rivermcn 
travelled to Campbcllton Sunday to 
take on the Kings at their other home 
venue — the Campbcllton Civic 
Centre — and handed them an 8-6 
setback. Scoring for the Kings were 
Shawn Walsh and Trevor Cook, each 
with two; and Roddie MacKenzic 
and Jannic Godin, with one apiece. 

Standings W L T Pt 



Frederic ton 


23 1 





46 


M one ton 


12 11 


2 


26 


Miramichi 


13 13 





26 


Saint John 


7 15 


3 


17 


Gloucester 


4 19 


3 


11 





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Where it all begins 

Eight- and nine-year-old Mite C players hit the Bathurst Arena ice surface Saturday for another run at Canada's 
national pastime. Among them were, front from left, Robert Latouche, Patrick Schnarr, IDcnis Dumaresq, Jason 
Pineau, Ryan Arscneau and Jamie Lavigne. Back from left arc Peter White (coach), Justin Godin, Matthew Buzzeli, 
Jean-Francois Sheiuird, Rende Legacy, B.J. Corbetl and Laurie Dumaresq (coach). 

(NortlMm Light Photo) 

Good goaltending, offence 
leads Atom A team to win 



Pierre Napert-Frenette found the 
net on eight occasions last weekend, 
leading the Bathurst Atoms to a pair 
of victories. 

Napcrt-Freneite scored six goals in 
an 8-7 exhibition victory over Beres- 
ford Saturday at the Bathurst Arena. 
Joel Albert scored twice to round out 
the scoring. 

The young sniper then scored two 
more to help his learn to a 4-4 tie with 
Charlo Suriday afternoon. The game, 
played in Charlo, was a North Shore 
Atom A Hockey League regular 
season matchup. 

Scoring one apiece for the local 
side were Philippe Mass6 and Adam 
Chamberlain. 

"We got exceptional goaltending 
from Guy Napert-Frenette and Jud- 
son Duguay," coach Brian Chamber- 
lain said. "They kept us in the game 
(Sunday)." 

Bathurst scored with only three 
minutes remaining to tie the game 
against Charlo. 

The Bathurst Atoms play a pair of 
league games this commg weekend. 
They're in Beresford Saturday for a 
2:45 p.m. game. On Sunday they host 
the Campbelllon Atoms at the Bath- 



urst Arena, beginning at 11 a.m. 
PEEWEE A 

The Mighty Ducks plucked two 
road wins from the North Shore 
Peewee A Hockey League schedule 
last weekend. 

The Mighty Ducks beat the New- 
castle entry Saturday on the Mirami- 
chi, 3-1. Scoring for the local side 
were Andrew Branch, Adam Sulli- 
van and David Pitre. 

ASccording to coach Claude 
Stever, John SAcott played a striong 
game on defe4nce. 

The Mighty Ducks travelled lo 
Renous Sunday, leaving with a 6-3 
victory. Marc Boudreau was clearly 
the star of this game, scoring four 
times. Singles were added by An- 
drew Branch and Scott Lemire, with 
Eric Albert assisting on four goals. 

Coach Stever said Jackie Biseau 
played a solid match. 

The Mighty Ducks entertain Belle- 



dune at teh Baihrust Arena Saturday 
afternoon, beginning at 2:45 p.m. 
The local learn now sports a 9-2 
won-lost record. 

BANTAM A 

The Bathurst Bantam A team is at 
or near the top of the North Shore 
Bantam A Hockey League, thanks to 
an 8-2 record so far this season. 

The Bantams won their eighth 
game Sunday at the Bathurst Arena, a 
6-2 triumph over Beresford. 

Luke Denton opened the scoring in 
spectacular fashion, scoring two 
short-handed goals in a span of only 
30 seconds. Others earning points for 
Bathurst were Eric Gillis, two goals; 
Derek Morrison, one goal and two 
assists; Kevin Hachey, two assists; 
Jordan Hachey, one goal; and Jason 
Brown, Mario Ross and Denver 
Lavigne, one assist 

The Banums are in Dalhousie 
Saturday. 




sHocheu 

BATHURST MINOR H0CKE:Y 
SCHEDULE 
Friday. Jan. 22 

7 to S ajn. Bmum A practtoe 

4 to S pjn. S- lo 7-yearK>ldi pradjoe 
S:10 lo 6:10 p.in. Atom A practice 
6:20 lo 7:20 p.in. Peewee A practice 
Salartfay, Jaa. 23 

7 to 8:1S a.m. Bean, Beaven practice 
8:30 to 9:30 a.in. Midget practice 

9:40 to 10:30 am. Game* for S- lo 
7-year-oldi 

II to 12 noon Shaifci, BniDii practice 
12:10 to 1:20 p.m.Pfeut Rocher Novice 

V I 

Bathunt Novice A 

2:40 p.m.BcUedune Peeweei vi Bathunt 

Peewee A 

4:20 pjii.Tracadie Peewee B vi Bathunt 

Peewee B 

Saatfay, Jaa. 24 

9:40 to 10:45 ajn. Bantan B practice 

10:3S to 12:20 pm.CampfaeUlan Atomi 

VI Bathurst Atom A 

12:30 lo 1:4S p.m. S- lo 7-year-oldi 
practice 

Monday, Jan. 25 

3:10 to 6:10 pm. Bruint vi Mile A 
6:10 to 7:10 p.m.Beretford Atom Bl vi 
Shaiki 

7:10 lo 8:10 pm. Kifigi vi Bluei 

Tvaaday, Jan. 26 

4 to 5:10 pjn.Practice for Mite B and C 
3:20 lo 6:30 pm. Beaven vi Bean 
6:40 lo 7 J5 p.m.Chaleur Peeweei prac- 
tice 

S.-OS lo 9:20 p.m.Chaleur Bantami prac- 
tice 



BATHURST MINOR HOCKEY'S 



Players of the Week 




Scott Petrie Steven L«vesque 

The nayerg of the Week this time around are Peewee A Mighty Ducks* 
goaltenders Scott Petrie and Steven Levcsque. 

Both have impressive records for the local team, a member of the North 
Shore Peewee A Hockey League. 

This is Scott's second year on the team, for which he has won six games 
this year, losing only two. 

Coach Claude Stever describes him as a siand-up goaltender who 
challenges shooters and seldom gives any rebounds. 

His other sporting interests include snowmobiling, swimnung baseb&ll, 
basketball and tennis. His hobbies are collecting hockey and baseball 
cards, and posters. 

Steven, also a second-year member of the team, is a stand-up goalmder 
as well, and boasts a 7-2 won-lost record. He also plays the angles well, and 
has a good glove hand. 

Steven enjoys baseball, basketball, alpine skiing, soccer and snowmo> 
biting when not at the rink, and his nuin hobby is playing Genesis. 

Scott, 13, is a Grade 8 student at J.G. Chalmcra Junior High School, and 
is the son of Dale and Helen Pclrie. 

Steven, 13, is a Grade 8 student at Superior Junior High School, and is 
the son of Jeff and Valerie Levesque. 





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Minor hockey memories 



The Northern Light, Wed.. Jan. 20, 199 .^.^B 



Every year, when Minor Hockey 
Week rolls around, I think back on 
the days when I was in minor hockey 
more than 20 years ago. 

Some of my fondest memories are 
of playing hockey at the Bathurst 
Arena, and I'll always remember 
when I first joined. 

I had been playing in my backyard 
and at local riiiks for a couple of 
years, but I didn't have anything 
other than skates and a hockey stick, 
the latter of which had one of those 
plastic blades on it. 

In any case, whenever I'd be 
anywhere near a sports store, I'd go 
in and just stare in awe at all the 
hockey stuff on display. I could look 
at it for hours. 

I soon started pestering my father 
to buy me equipment. I was good at 
pestering, as only a nine-year-old 
can. But my father told me it was very 
expensive, and I remember resigning 
myself to playing hockey in my 
backyard rink. 

However, when I arrived home 
after school one day, I found an entire 
set of brand new hockey equipment 
spread out on my bed. My father 
came in a little later and told noe I'd 
be enrolling in minor hockey. 




Out Of 
Bounds 

By JIM COt/TURE 
NofthMD Light Sporu 



I must have lived in that hockey 
equipment for a few days. 

I soon began playing hockey at the 
Bathurst Arena, on the ice by 6 a.m. 
Saturday mornings, when the only 
things moving inside the old bam 
were the players, a few coaches and 
(he Zamboni operator. 

I remember very few parents at the 
arena that early in the morning. 
However, my father seldom missed 
it. Sometimes he'd be just coming off 
the night shift at Bninswick Mines. 
He'd pick me up, grab a cup of coffee 
and we'd head out to the rink. 

I loved playing hockey in those 
days, but what I think made it even 
more enjoyable was the fact my 
father was there for most every game. 
He genuinely seemed to enjoy it, 
although he seldom got a chance to 
cheer after I scored. The most I ever 
scored was six goals in an entire 



season. 

1 wonder where all the other 
fathers were? Someone had to have 
brought the kids lo the rink. I remem- 
ber seeing a few of them inside the 
nice warm dressing rooms, but that's 
not where they should have been. 
Children need the approval and en- 
couragement of parents. I was one of 
the lucky ones whose fathers cared 
enough to watch me play, not just 
drop me off at the rink. 

I haven't been to a rink that early in 
the morning for years, but 1 hope 
most parents these days go to the 
arena and actually watch ihcir child 
play hockey. Ifand wheneilherof my 
sons play minor hockey, I would 
certainly be at the arena with them, 
because I know what it meant to me 
to have my father there. 

The theme of National Minor 
Hockey Week this year, which runs 
from Jan. 16 to 23, is "It all starts 
here." 

It really did for me. 

It taught me that spending time 
with my child is far more important 
than anything I could ever buy him. 

By the way. my father's name is 
Paul CouUire. 




The Bathurst Ladies City Dart 
League seems to have split into a 
have and have not league. 

The eight-team loop's lop four 
teams are only within 10 points of 
one another, with nine points separat- 
ing the bottom four teams. However, 
an 18-point gap separates the two 
groups following the second week of 
playoff action last week. 

Foumier Van and Storage remains 
in first place after a 34-14 victory 
over The Right Spot. Marie Kenny 
led the victors with a 162, while other 
lop rounds were lossed by Angie 
White, 140 and 121; Dolly Arseneau, 
134, 132 and 114; Joanne Duguay, 
121 and 120; Sheila Chiasson and 
Aurilia Comeau, 121; and Delia 
Gallagher, 99 finish. 

Replying for The Right Spot were 



Barb Gosse, 114 start; and Eileen 
Hennessy, 114. 

Elsewhere, the Penguin Panthers 
defeated the Penguin Sports 33-15. 
Scoring high for the winning side 
were Linda Anderson, 140 and 111; 
Patsy Biseau, 136 and 120; Rena 
Pitre, 13S and a 1 10 start; Bemice 
Biseau, 12S; and Bonnie Biseau. 121 
and a 102 start 

Leading the Sports in scoring were 
Christine Pilre. 120 start; Cheryl 
Boucher, 120; and Diane DeGrace, 
106 start. 

The Union Centre beat the Union 
Centre Phantoms 30-18, with high 
marks for the winners thrown by 
Dotty Drysdalc, 139; Elaine Furlotte, 
134 and 124; Francinc Legacy, 134; 
Jessie Lavigne and